If COVID-19 has taught us one thing. Working from home, doesn’t always make it easier to have a good work-life balance.
As the restaurant industry faces various ongoing challenges to their operations and consumers lacking the ability to go out and eat, a great many Brits have been turning to food delivery apps to help them alleviate the monotony of home cooking. It has been forecasted that the number of home food deliveries made by smartphone users will rise 25.2% to a total of 45.6 million in 2021.
With so many of us working from home during this lockdown period, some of you may be looking to work from home full time upon return to normal life. If you want to do that, you’re going to need a home office and we have a few tis laid out below to give some ideas as to what your dream home office will look like.
It doesn’t look like we’ll be having many opportunities for office parties this year, does it? Rather like how we had so few last year. There are some advantages to this, of course, especially if you have a history of getting too drunk and hogging the karaoke machine, but ultimately, given most of us have been so utterly fatigued by this who thing, it would be nice to see some familiar faces in the flesh, and not on a screen in the form of a virtual office party.
A lot of people think us recruiters just spend all day tapping up the phones, cold calling unaware hiring managers trying to push candidates on them to fill jobs they may or may not be quite fit for or wasting aways hours scraping CVs from LinkedIn and job boards alike, employing a kind of “spray and pray” methodology….in some ways this might be true for some or more than some recruitment companies looking for that quantity over quality model.
2021 is bringing in new trends to the workplace. Even though we are mostly working from home, the lockdown will someday end, and we will all be allowed back into the office again – and when that day comes, we have listed three of the most intriguing and useful trends to keep a very close eye on through the year ahead.