Lockdown has seen a huge increase in a more sedentary lifestyle for a large proportion of the UK. This is having a negative effect on posture and spinal mobility, especially for those sitting for long periods of time in chairs that are not ergonomically designed, as they perhaps may be in their office.
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Published by michaela.wrede… | 14th September 2020
Published by michaela.wrede… | 9th September 2020
What does an agile workplace mean to you? While the concept has been around for years, the experience of global lockdown has turbo-charged business and employee interest in more flexible ways of working and altered the meaning of work for us all. In the words of Michael Dell, Founder of Dell Technologies, ‘Covid-19 has made one thing clear. Work is something you do, an outcome, not a place or a time’.
Published by Joban.thomas@t… | 27th April 2020
With a sunny weekend over and another busy week of working from home just starting, we wanted to share some unique perspectives and carefully selected stories that we’ve been sending to Members.
We are as determined as ever to support businesses, and the teams that make them what they are, through this pandemic, so we hope these few stories will inspire, guide and uplift.
Published by Joban.thomas@t… | 10th March 2020
This month, we are continuing to highlight excellent service around London, and where better to start than with one of our hotel partners who shares our service ethos? The Hari is a five-star boutique hotel in Belgravia, where our Members can book a working lunch at preferential rates and where some of our staff recently went to compare notes on service during a training day. At The Argyll Club, we’re committed to delivering and celebrating excellent service – here, we catch up with Andrew Coney, The Hari’s General Manager, on his views on life at the hotel, what makes great service, and his outlook for 2020.