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Standing room only at World Workplace Conference in Florida

29th November 2021

There was standing room only at a conference to discuss the future of the workplace held in Florida last month.

The IFMA World Workplace Conference 2021 in Kissimmee welcomed commercial facilities managers from all sectors who came together to debate and discuss the future of the workplace.

 

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Nearly half of British business leaders fear losing the UK’s best talent abroad following the pandemic and Brexit

16th August 2021

LONDON, 17 August 2021 – MovePlan, global specialists in workplace change management, in partnership with Hanson Search, the international headhunting consultancy, today revealed that 40% of business leaders fear that the combination of the pandemic and Brexit will see their best talent disappear abroad, making hiring more challenging, just as the country begins to return to the ‘new normal’.

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Mastering Change: for a new era

14th May 2021

Just over a year ago, COVID-19 closed businesses around the world; workers packed up their desks, turned off the lights and went home, leaving offices empty. However, employees soon adjusted to the “new normal”, and the dormant offices left behind gathered dust, with many businesses considering their future: contemplating whether large scale office space was necessary in a post-pandemic world.

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The competitive advantage of maintaining connection and culture

18th February 2021

Last year was one like no other, and it brought about many changes in the workplace. One challenge faced by businesses was that of workplace culture and connection. It is now approaching a year since many workforces left the office to work from home, and with that came the immediate break-down of in-person connections amongst staff and workplace culture.

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Going virtual with WorkTech

6th January 2021

MovePlan took part in WorkTech virtual conferences during 2020, offering expert views on topics such as remote working, workplace culture, and rethinking traditional workplace models.

We were involved in various panel discussions, looking at the future of the workplace post Covid-19, and how companies are adapting and planning for the changes that lie ahead.

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