UK workers are becoming more confident in their abilities to do their job from anywhere, with one in ten now preferring to work outside the traditional office altogether.
Today’s workplace is dramatically evolving as more companies are giving their employees the option of working remotely. It should not come as a surprise. Up to 90 percent of people working in the US said that they would like to work at home or elsewhere, even part-time.
Looking for a new gig while balancing your current role can feel like a second shift. Here’s how to find the right new job without sacrificing your mental well-being.
Task force urges employers to advertise jobs using ‘Happy to Talk Flexible Working’ strapline.
It may be mid January but Hannah Banks-Walker has found the brand new spring trends that you don’t need to wait to wear.
Here at Afina Partners we are looking forward to a fabulous 2019. Thank you so much for all your support in 2018. Now revving up after a festive break and just listening to a Squiggle Career podcast – and feeling inspired. 10 Habits to Transform your career. To listen click here.
Improving technology and changing expectations of work and family from millennials are giving rise to a new office arrangement: the coliving/coworking space, often on the beach but always somewhere far away. It’s like WeWork meets an upgraded hostel (in paradise) with free coffee, fast internet, a kitchen and quiet spaces, along with all the serendipitous meetings and experiences that make travel great. Leading the charge are companies like Selina, Outsite and Roam, which are opening locations across the globe to meet the demands of today’s digital nomads. Click here to read more
Whether you’re on the brink of a career breakthrough or not, the best way to get started is by getting to know yourself.
When encouraging female entrepreneurship, we need to make sure we include all women, says Marisa Bate – not just the ones with nothing to lose.
New research reveals talking about how much you love your job will make you the ultimate candidate. An interesting article by Monica Torres if you want to impress an interviewer, talk about how much you love what you do. Click here to read more