What if you knew that you could improve creative mojo and your employees’ wellbeing by simply changing workplace design? Would you scoff? Think about it, what happens when people are stumped for a solution to a problem?
Since the pandemic hit in early 2020, we were pushed to embrace the virtual aspect of life. Home office became our day-to-day norm. From daily zoom meetings to managing our workload, where a strong Wi-Fi connection was an absolute must.
Working from an island sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Our generation has made some great advances with social media, technology, and especially the ability to work remotely almost anywhere in the world, islands included.
The onset of the pandemic led to the closure and slowing down of the usual operations in many sectors of the economy. As the World saw a shut down of the essential processes, some things are still to be done.
Working on the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey can be interesting, high-level and demanding, and jobs can be bid upon by workers with the best skill sets, though there are some requirements for those seeking jobs in the islands.
Remote jobs or remote work settings have become a popular alternative to the daily grind of driving to an office for an eight hour shift. Something else that has helped increase employee productivity is creating an agile workflow.
Before the pandemic, a wellness program for employees was very common in companies and consisted of activities related to their professional development in the organization.