Clocks changing always brings us such conflicted feelings… We’re cheering because we get an extra hour of sleep but moaning about the fact that when we leave work, it’s dark, the temperatures drop and we start second thinking our evening runs.
But it’s not only the time that is changing…so is the perception of the workplace.
These days, we’re not tied to our office desk with a ball and chain to get our work done. Wi-Fi, cloud-based products and services, and remote working spaces have helped businesses embrace a much more flexible reference to the ‘office’. More and more people are giving up their cubicles and white-walled offices and instead, have been exposed to a wider variety of spaces to work productively from.
If you’re working in London, whether it be for a couple of hours or a couple of weeks, you can utilise the Smarter Working Guide to London. This user-generated eBook can act as your one-stop-shop for remote working and good coffee (not to mention Wi-Fi…of course)! Or alternatively, if you’re looking for somewhere a little more interesting; there’s a bunch of quirky remote working locations that let you work and offers activities like yoga in your break.
Work in Manchester? You don’t need to miss out either. They hold some of the top locations for remote working or for leaving a lasting impression for client meetings. You can find these hidden gems here.
Any given person will probably argue that they need more time in the day to do their work, so productivity is crucial these days. So with times changing (in more ways than one), what will you do with your extra hour?