Michal Pohludka writes about work at multinationals. With a detached view, humor, and the kind of empathy you’ll only rarely see in a top manager. “Hungarians don’t quite love work, but they know how to talk about it for a long time. And the French? I’m amazed they still exist,” he says for example of workers from other countries.
Petra Hubačová founded one of the first coworkings in Prague as early as in 2009 and has engaged in interconnecting start-ups and corporations for many years now. Thus, it was no surprise that the Polish coworking chain Business Link chose her to open its first Czech branches in Holešovice.
LMC operates the most famous job portals - Jobs.cz a Prace.cz. Once in a while people come and ask the receptionists to find them a job. But most of the time the receptionists take care of their colleagues. What makes them angry? And why is it a bigger deal when the tearista goes on vacation than when management leaves?
What good is The Olympics for a corporation? Why can’t employees permanently have a picture of their pet on their desk? And what are the symptoms of “occupied seat syndrome?” Keep reading and learn it all from our interview with David Mansfeld, director of the Czech branch of Johnson & Johnson Global Services, which moved into new offices this year.
“The way food tastes is strongly influenced by where and with whom we eat it,” says Gian Luca Giardi from Zátiší Catering Group in an interview for Morethanoffice. Zátiší operates over a dozen company cafeterias and cafes. Are office workers’ tastes evolving? And why don’t people also visit cafeterias after work?
An interview with two women—Petra from Generation X and Markéta from Generation Y — about how modern technologies make their lives easier, and what their work and private lives would be like without them. For one, a mobile phone is an essential item she couldn’t go a day without; for the other, it’s a necessity she loves to lose whenever possible. But they both agree that the best time is the “touch-free” time when no phone’s needed.