What does life look like at the reception desk of the Prague headquarters for the Miton investment group – a company that is, in its own words, one big investment circus? This time around in our series of interviews with receptionists, we’ve headed out to this “big tent” infused with a relaxed family atmosphere.
Employees long for them, but employers are in no rush to found nursery schools in their office buildings. The benefit nurseries provide comes along with high demands, and it’s also impossible to set up a nursery within every office building. And yet exceptions do exist – and we’ve visited three of them.
Being able to take a dog or a cat to work is a workplace benefit that’s offered by a number of companies. But what’s it like to work in the middle of an “office jungle” where a parrot is screeching at you instead of your boss, and a thorned lizard is watching you from the ceiling?
Over the last decade, a number of companies have gradually adopted the concept of flex work. The growth of digital and communication technologies enabling the remote interconnection of employees and whole teams has played a major role in this process.
Offices are changing due to technologies and pressure from the younger generation, psychologist Dalibor Špok has informed us in this interview for #MORETHANOFFICE. Work environments are Špok’s area of specialization. He helps companies and individuals create or find the optimum environment for satisfied, successful work.