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Global Workplace Analytics helps organizations and communities

understand and communicate the business case

for emerging workplace strategies such as

telecommuting, hoteling, desk sharing, agile work, open office, flexible work, and wellness programs.


In a rapidly changing world

Engagement • Productivity • Creativity • Innovation

Must — and can — be quantified


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Reliable, fact-based analyses derived from over 4,000 documents on agile work, telework and telecommuting, alternative workplace strategies, workplace flexibility, and worker wellness and well-being

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and

20th Century management

to do

21st Century work





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Based on our work with public and private sector employers and an examination of over 4,000 documents, case studies, and research papers, we’ve built models to quantify the economic, societal, and environmental benefits of alternative workplace strategies for the US, UK, and Canada. Hundreds of organization and community leaders have used our custom models to make their own case for workplace change.



Global Workplace Analytics conducts independent research and consults on emerging workplace issues and opportunities. We specialize in making the management case for workplace flexibility, well-being programs, mobile work, activity-based work settings, and other agile workplace strategies.




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100 Variables

 

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Recent Posts

Three quarters of stay-at-home parents say flexibility would allow them to continue to work 
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Three quarters of stay-at-home parents say flexibility would allow them to continue to work 

"While the official U.S. unemployment rate has declined since the start of the recession in late 2007, the total share of adults who are not employed has risen in recent years. This survey examines the views and experiences of this broad group of prime-age workers who are not employed, including ...what it would take to get them working...".

Source: kff.org

With employers wringing their collective hands about talent and labor shortages, why aren't more hearing the message: the key is flexibility.

0 / / Feb 18, 2017
John Dvorak to IBM: Telecommuters Are Not Slackers
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John Dvorak to IBM: Telecommuters Are Not Slackers

"It seems these decisions (recalling telecommuters) are all about optics, though; make it look like the office is full and bustling. To these CEOs, it's freaky to have remote workers who cannot join endless, spur-of-the-moment meetings."

Source: www.pcmag.com

Sharon Wall (GSA Regional Administrator) has a line I love, "Telework doesn't create management problems, it reveals them."

In this global, mobile society, whether people are 9 floors, 9 miles, or 9 time zones away, they are connecting remotely. The days of managing by walking around are gone forever because, like Elvis, the people have already left the building.

 

Let's stop calling it telework or telecommuting and deal with the reality that people are working anywhere, everywhere, and at all times. Resisting it is useless. The genie is not going back in the bottle. What employers should be doing (the good ones already are) is putting the policies, practices, and training in place to optimize the results for people, planet, and profits.

 

0 / / Feb 16, 2017
Workplace civility spiraling down and with it goes productivity, trust, and loyalty. Here’s what to do about it.
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Workplace civility spiraling down and with it goes productivity, trust, and loyalty. Here’s what to do about it.

Research shows that hurtful workplace behavior can depress performance, increase employee turnover, and even mar customer relationships.

Source: www.mckinsey.com

A full 62% of employees say they've been treated rudely at work (up 27% since 1998). Three quarters of victims say the incident reduced their commitment to the organization. A quarter admit to taking their frustration out on customers. 

0 / / Feb 13, 2017



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