Wednesday, June 29, 2022

4 ways to make the office work again

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4 ways to make the office work again

Good morning,

Pandemic-driven social-distancing, the fierce competition for talent, and near-record high inflation have changed the way many businesses function. As a result, you now need to reconsider where and how your organization works and what improvements you need to make to keep employees around. 

You may be able to save money by reducing office space and helping inflation-pinched workers hold onto the cash they would otherwise spend on commuting. Or you may be able to operate without owning or leasing real estate. Another option may be to rent spaces where employees can get together occasionally to brainstorm and reinforce your company's culture. If you’re looking to switch up how your company functions, here are four workplace models you should consider in this post-pandemic era.
 
 
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Here's what else I'm reading today:
Despite rising concerns around a recession, many small businesses report that they feel prepared to weather any upcoming economic uncertainty. –Inc.
 
Do you have ideas for a new product? Licensing can help you bring them to market inexpensively at scale. –Inc.
 
Emotionally intelligent people use the five rules of empathetic listening to build stronger, deeper relationships. –Inc.

Assaults at stores have been increasing at a faster pace than the national average. Some workers are tired of fearing for their safety. –NYT

For high-achieving professionals working in competitive fields, it’s important to find the best way to preserve your mental resilience. –Fast Company
One more thing:
Entrepreneurs are different than everyone else in these five ways. –Inc.
 
 
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