Hybrid Working
Men more likely to work from home given the choice
SEO agency Clickslice has analysed recent ONS data to reveal working from home behaviours of men and women. 2,850 people were surveyed in total and asked if they have worked from home in the past seven days.
Study reveals which European countries love remote working, and which don’t
Remote working has become the new norm for many over the past two years, with no signs of going back into the office. And with the search trend ‘hybrid working’ seeing an increase of +250% in the past 12 months 1, and over 822K remote jobs on LinkedIn, it is clear people are still very much interested in flexible working models.
2/3 European SMBs yet to fully optimise for hybrid working
Dynabook Europe has revealed the results of its new research, ‘An SMB Guide to Making Hybrid Working Permanent’, which shows that many European SMBs are still grappling to overcome the challenges of hybrid working, with two-thirds (67%) yet to fully optimise their IT solutions for this.
Kyocera Cloud Print and Scan solution is launched
Kyocera Document Solutions UK has announced the launch of Kyocera Cloud Print and Scan (KCPS). The solution will empower agile workplaces and hybrid workers to print from multiple locations using Kyocera’s Print&FollowTM software and scan directly to the cloud, enabling organisations to remove the costs and labour needed to manage on-premise print servers.
Dealing with loneliness when working from home
More of us are working from home than ever before. However, despite all the benefits of this new flexible way of working, there are a few downsides with the main one being loneliness with half of the remote workers reporting that they feel isolated working from home.
Print security challenge as pharmaceuticals move to hybrid working
Like other sectors, pharmaceuticals have embraced the benefits of hybrid working. Leaders from the biggest firms like GSK Consumer Healthcare, Pfizer, and Novartis have said the future workplace model will be flexible with more people given the choice to work from home, in the office, or a mix of both. This is according to Colin Bosher, CEO, EKM Global.
European workers still struggling with video meeting technology
While much of Europe has now returned to the office, it is no longer full-time. With at least part of the working week taking place remotely, there is a continued need to rely on video conferencing technology to stay connected with colleagues – in or out of the office.
Britain’s IT infrastructure fails to serve 1 in 4 hybrid workers
IT experts Mode Solutions has unveiled, that on average, a quarter of workers in the UK’s top hybrid and remote working industries are underserved in their home internet requirements. Mode’s analysis of Ofcom’s Connected Nations Open Data helped to determine the viability of a fully remote workforce in industries offering greater flexibility.  

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