There’s no denying the milieu we live in is fast-paced. It’s dynamic. It’s agile. It’s flexible.
Yet when it comes to our workplaces… we have a way to go. The reality is, most workplaces aren’t aligned with the way the modern world works. They demand employees to turn up to a fixed location, work nine hours per day (minimum), five days a week. This kind of working environment isn’t conducive for most people in a generation aware that work/life balance is an imperative to produce better work and culture for the organisations they belong to.
High levels of stress, burnout and depression are all common in workers that are constrained by a rigid work ecosystem. This was one of the lessons Martech Consultancy Divide by Zero realised before moving to a 30-hour work week, working longer rigid hours don’t equate to success. In fact, research actually shows it often creates the opposite effect.
Effectively implementing a 30-hour work week can be an adventure, however, especially if you’re new to the concept. That is why LogMeIn held a free webinar on 12 September to show you exactly how Divide By Zero did it.
In this webinar, Dana Teahan and Stuart Edwards from Divide By Zero explained how they implemented changes, including transparent budgets and salary information, and outlined the impact it has had on their business, as well as some of the very unexpected problems it created.
You’ll learn how to create a fast-moving agile team; how to hack the workplace to collaborate, share ideas and produce better work for your customers; and tips to be fast, agile and flexible in a 30hr work week.
You’ll also hear from LogMeIn’s Callum McKenzie. LogMeIn is a provider of software as a service and cloud-based remote connectivity services for collaboration, IT management and customer engagement, helping companies thrive in a digital workspace. Callum provided tips, tricks and advice on how to make your business more productive when you learn how to easily schedule meetings from anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Ready to make your business more productive, your employees happier and improve your bottom line? Listen to the free recording of the webinar here.
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