Browsing All posts tagged under »economy«

100 years for gender parity? No thanks.

February 16, 2016


“Oh, I think there’s equality in our office. There’s an equal split between men and women in all roles. Of course, we’re reporting to a man at the top.” This was just one quote that we picked up when out and about, collecting vox pops from members of the public for our forthcoming Team Talk […]

The new economic outlook means we might need to get ‘real’ about the employee experience

January 12, 2012


I recently penned a short piece on population explosion and the way in which the workplace might change. I was today sent a new article from the CIPD on the mismatch between employee aspirations and the opportunities available inside companies today. The article really does bring into sharper focus the feeling that endless possibilities, freedoms […]

A world without borders…

January 25, 2011


I was inspired by a link sent to me by @casablanca via Twitter. The link sent me to a super blog post on the Confused of Calcutta site. It was the first time I’d been there and it’s now going to become one of my oft read blogs. The thesis was about un-nationalties and the […]

It’s all going to be rosy/awful*

January 4, 2011


So here I am sat at my desk at the start of another year and in the last 60 minutes I’ve had one client on the phone with a pressing deadline; a new client on the phone wanting to meet and a journalist on the phone wanting a quote. All that in the first hour! […]