As the world is forced to refocus on health and safety, telecommuting is creating a new kind of hybrid workspace where employees combine working from home with working on-site.

But just what exactly does this new hybrid workspace actually mean for the future of office spaces? Will organisations ever return to the ‘old way’ of working? Or will the circumstances we’ve become accustomed to in 2020 force organisations to move towards a new, improved and more practical way for people to work safely that combines the best of both worlds?

Australian businesses have been warned to keep their eyes peeled for signs they’re being targeted by a huge business email compromise (BEC).

Organisations undergoing early transitioning to remote or hybrid work practices are particularly easy prey for cyber attacks in the form of email scams and phishing scams, which can compromise their sensitive business information and financial security. Online scams are becoming highly targeted and complex. At the moment they’re taking cruel advantage of heightened uncertainty and risk by plainly exploiting the current coronavirus crisis.

So, let’s talk about how these scammers are infiltrating our business’ and what you can do to prevent potential breaches of your cybersecurity network.

In some ways, an office layout is just like your home – if it’s not a space you want to be in then you probably won’t enjoy spending time there. But unlike your home, a less than perfect office fit out can translate into lost productivity, directly affect team collaboration and interrupt optimal work flow. Your commercial fit out can also affect workers’ morale, creativity, productivity, camaraderie and brand loyalty.

On the other hand, a bespoke office fit out has the power to drive new innovation forward in a direct and measurable way. Concentrating on the four key modes your employees work—focus, collaboration, learning, and socialising—can boost productivity and encourage your people to do their best work every day.

So, it’s vital to get your fit out right.

Business has changed—whether it’s permanent or we’ll bounce back to something recognisable as the pre-COVID status quo is anyone’s bet at the moment. One thing is however becoming incresignly clear - the impact of coronavirus on how we work will linger for some time to come.

And that’s why your workforce plan is more vital than ever.

So, how do you manage the impact on your workforce right now? Read our guide on workforce planning so your business can handle change.

Working remotely during coronavirus can take its toll in the form of cabin fever. If working from home tips you over the edge of sanity, you’re not alone.

Read our tips in this article on how to work from home effectively and how to beat cabin fever to help you do your best work, every day, regardless of what’s happening beyond your door.

Adjusting and accepting the situation of the global pandemic be a stressful period marked with higher anxiety levels. The long terms effects of being confined to our homes can also take a toll on our mental health with new challenges of working from home during Coronavirus.

We’ve put together some advice and tips to take care of your mental health and your employees’ mental health during these uncertain times.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic that has spread across the world, an increasing number of businesses around the world are advising employees to work from home in accordance with social distancing. This means, by telecommuting, they will avoid the daily interactions that might expose us to the threat of infection, which makes a lot of sense, but transplanting that nine-to-five into your home-sweet-home is not so straightforward.

Use these 17 tips to unlock your potential and push aside distractions to improve your productivity while working from home.

Meet the face behind Servcorp PwC Tower, an inner-city shared workspace haven with unrivaled views.

Author: Sharedspace. This article first appeared on www.sharedspace.co.nz

From the moment you step onto Level 26, you are welcomed by the ever bubbly Tanzi who immediately makes you feel like you are exactly where you are meant to be. The right people + the right place = the right position, this is Servcorps mantra. This unbranded space becomes your own, with the option to share space and ideas, work in private or dabble in both, Servcorp works hard to ensure the fit is right. We caught up with Tanzi who looks after Servcorp in the PwC Tower to find out more about what the space is all about.

In an ideal world, a business is judged based on the quality of their product and customer service. Unfortunately, there are a wide array of critical factors that cannot be ignored if you are looking to succeed in a client-facing company. With that said, what those factors are can be quite challenging to identify, and even more difficult to adjust to within your campaign.

As Will Durant once wrote in The Story of Philosophy: “... We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”

This quote, often misattributed to Aristotle, is an excellent simplification of our ability to improve and develop through repetition. However, just as we can learn to better ourselves over time, continuing to make the same mistakes will often leave a lasting impact on personal productivity. A situation can easily befall anyone working a full-time job, as effectiveness falters against a need to reach your daily quotas before closing time.

As the world is forced to refocus on health and safety, telecommuting is creating a new kind of hybrid workspace where employees combine working from home with working on-site.

But just what exactly does this new hybrid workspace actually mean for the future of office spaces? Will organisations ever return to the ‘old way’ of working? Or will the circumstances we’ve become accustomed to in 2020 force organisations to move towards a new, improved and more practical way for people to work safely that combines the best of both worlds?

Australian businesses have been warned to keep their eyes peeled for signs they’re being targeted by a huge business email compromise (BEC).

Organisations undergoing early transitioning to remote or hybrid work practices are particularly easy prey for cyber attacks in the form of email scams and phishing scams, which can compromise their sensitive business information and financial security. Online scams are becoming highly targeted and complex. At the moment they’re taking cruel advantage of heightened uncertainty and risk by plainly exploiting the current coronavirus crisis.

So, let’s talk about how these scammers are infiltrating our business’ and what you can do to prevent potential breaches of your cybersecurity network.

In some ways, an office layout is just like your home – if it’s not a space you want to be in then you probably won’t enjoy spending time there. But unlike your home, a less than perfect office fit out can translate into lost productivity, directly affect team collaboration and interrupt optimal work flow. Your commercial fit out can also affect workers’ morale, creativity, productivity, camaraderie and brand loyalty.

On the other hand, a bespoke office fit out has the power to drive new innovation forward in a direct and measurable way. Concentrating on the four key modes your employees work—focus, collaboration, learning, and socialising—can boost productivity and encourage your people to do their best work every day.

So, it’s vital to get your fit out right.

Business has changed—whether it’s permanent or we’ll bounce back to something recognisable as the pre-COVID status quo is anyone’s bet at the moment. One thing is however becoming incresignly clear - the impact of coronavirus on how we work will linger for some time to come.

And that’s why your workforce plan is more vital than ever.

So, how do you manage the impact on your workforce right now? Read our guide on workforce planning so your business can handle change.

Working remotely during coronavirus can take its toll in the form of cabin fever. If working from home tips you over the edge of sanity, you’re not alone.

Read our tips in this article on how to work from home effectively and how to beat cabin fever to help you do your best work, every day, regardless of what’s happening beyond your door.

Adjusting and accepting the situation of the global pandemic be a stressful period marked with higher anxiety levels. The long terms effects of being confined to our homes can also take a toll on our mental health with new challenges of working from home during Coronavirus.

We’ve put together some advice and tips to take care of your mental health and your employees’ mental health during these uncertain times.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic that has spread across the world, an increasing number of businesses around the world are advising employees to work from home in accordance with social distancing. This means, by telecommuting, they will avoid the daily interactions that might expose us to the threat of infection, which makes a lot of sense, but transplanting that nine-to-five into your home-sweet-home is not so straightforward.

Use these 17 tips to unlock your potential and push aside distractions to improve your productivity while working from home.

Meet the face behind Servcorp PwC Tower, an inner-city shared workspace haven with unrivaled views.

Author: Sharedspace. This article first appeared on www.sharedspace.co.nz

From the moment you step onto Level 26, you are welcomed by the ever bubbly Tanzi who immediately makes you feel like you are exactly where you are meant to be. The right people + the right place = the right position, this is Servcorps mantra. This unbranded space becomes your own, with the option to share space and ideas, work in private or dabble in both, Servcorp works hard to ensure the fit is right. We caught up with Tanzi who looks after Servcorp in the PwC Tower to find out more about what the space is all about.

In an ideal world, a business is judged based on the quality of their product and customer service. Unfortunately, there are a wide array of critical factors that cannot be ignored if you are looking to succeed in a client-facing company. With that said, what those factors are can be quite challenging to identify, and even more difficult to adjust to within your campaign.

As Will Durant once wrote in The Story of Philosophy: “... We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”

This quote, often misattributed to Aristotle, is an excellent simplification of our ability to improve and develop through repetition. However, just as we can learn to better ourselves over time, continuing to make the same mistakes will often leave a lasting impact on personal productivity. A situation can easily befall anyone working a full-time job, as effectiveness falters against a need to reach your daily quotas before closing time.