Can you imagine a workplace that spans four generations of people working together? That’s the projected scenario two decades from now – according to a report published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. What would the implications of this be on businesses and work cultures?
In a bid to contain red-tapism and slash useless paper work, the parliament will soon be debating on a deregulation bill that exempts self-employed people from health and safety legislation.
A marathon 44 radio interviews in one day underscored the Arise contribution to ‘Work At Home Week’ in London on Tuesday. The interviews were conducted across a huge range of locations from national stations such as BBC Radio Scotland and British Forces Broadcasting Services, to more locally based stations such as Juice FM and Waves Radio in Brighton and Peterhead respectively.
Arise Virtual Solutions Ltd. is delighted to confirm that it is sponsoring ‘Work From Home Week’, which runs from Jan 20th-26th in the UK. Arise will be providing expert guidance and advice to people interested in working from home via a series of live radio interviews with a huge variety of local and national stations throughout the week.
If today’s young workforce goes on to work until they are in their seventies, they would need a more flexible work culture that better accommodates their requirements.