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Hybrid working to become the norm for FTSE 250 companies
  • New research from IWG shows more than three times the number of FTSE 250 companies are looking to use a more flexible 'hub and spoke'-style office model compared to those looking to carry on in the same way as pre-pandemic
  • Almost half (49%) are considering moving offices to areas where their workforce typically live
  • Only 13% expect that their workforce will return a five-day office week by the end of 2021
  • IWG predicts future of work will revolve around '15-minute commute'
 20 Apr 2021 Read more

Flexible working franchise in South Africa provides a leading edge for investorsIWG Plc, operator of Regus and Spaces and the world's largest flexible workspace provider, has seen a 19% increase in sales of smaller flexible workspaces, driven by distributed working and employee demand to work closer to home. 26 Mar 2021 Read more

Digital transformation redefines the workplaceDigital transformation is using technology to radically improve the performance and reach of an organisation. When digital transformation is done right, it is like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. But when it's not, all you have is a really fast caterpillar. 16 Mar 2021 Read more

Effective management of water in dialysis augments better outcomesWater is the foundation of life making it a perfect breeding ground for infection, microbial growth and antibiotic resistant pathogens. Water, also being the foundation for dialysis, plays the most important role for successful patient care. 3 Mar 2021 Read more

Suburban migration will drive the 'hybrid' way of working in South AfricaA few years ago, in South Africa, suburban office buildings were being used for the local hairdresser, Kung-Fu dojos, family doctors and even church gatherings, as businesses migrated into the main metropolitan hubs. Then came the coronavirus and everything has changed. Suddenly, crowding employees into buses, elevators and packed open offices, doesn't seem so attractive to anyone. The demand for suburban offices is on the rise as businesses look to decentralise and diversify their existing workplaces. 19 Feb 2021 Read more


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