This is an increasing trend, a popular option for both the employer and the employee. It even has it’s own acronym…WFH.
In the city it can be as a result of property downsizing meaning desk reductions. It can be because you are self employed and you don’t want the additional office building and heating costs or it could just be that this option suits your personality. As more firms are offering this flexibility, there is unfortunately still a stigma around it. The belief that no work will be done at all, it’s seen as an opportunity to scive and the lack of oversight is what makes employers nervy. Survey feedback suggests that the lack of trust is concerning. Continue reading “Working From Home”
The Bank area of London is one of my favourite parts of the city. I am a massive movie buff and knowing that some of the most famous movies have been filmed here is pretty awesome. Take for example Leadenhall Market which was Diagon Alley in Harry Potter, Cornhill for Bridget Jones (remember the scene where she came running out in her knickers and a cardigan in the snow to find Mr Darcy? Yes that was on Cornhill!) and more recently the new Mary Poppins film. Movie nirvana or what?! Continue reading “Free-flow Prosecco At M Threadneedle Street, London”