Work Wise Week 2017
The aim of Work Wise Week and National Work from Home Day is to promote modern “smarter” working practices such as agile, flexible, remote and mobile working, as well as working from home. This year we invite Employers, Employees and the Self Employed to use their social media channels to say what they are doing to encourage smarter working referencing #workwiseweek and #nwfhd
During the week, we will publish a series of guest blogs from some of our strategic partners as well as the heads of organisations who have already experienced the benefits of smarter working.
Implementing a Smarter Working Policy can lead to significant gains in productivity as well as increased work/life balance which is a win/win for Employers and Employees.
Work Wise Week creates the focus to think about the issues. What are the key drivers of your business? How productive is your organisation? Are you achieving more output per hour? Are you measuring the right things? Have you created the right culture for success? Difficult questions to ask, even more difficult to answer without some real investment in time and people. How could new approaches to people management deliver effective change and put you on the road to a more productive future. Productivity is the Business, can you afford to let it slip?
We invite all organisations, of any size and from all sectors to participate in Work Wise Week, share their experiences with others and play their part in helping to create a more productive, smarter working, UK.
Work Wise Week and National Work from Home Day can be followed on Twitter #workwiseweek and #nwfhd