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National Pollution Control Day 2021

Like most people with 60 years left on Earth (touch wood), I care about the future of the planet, and what we can do to lower our carbon footprint to make it more of a hospitable place to live. 

National Pollution Control Day is celebrated in India as an act of remembrance. December 2nd 2021, is observed as the 37th anniversary of the ‘Bhopal gas disaster’ where tragically a Methyl Isocyanate gas leak killed thousands, and a further half a million who were exposed to the toxic gas suffered injuries.

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5 Underrated Perks of Remote Working

Almost half of the population worked from home at some point in 2020, and many experienced the benefits of remote working for the first time. With the average UK commute time increasing every year, the ten-second commute from the bedroom to the home office is more alluring than ever. However this is not the only upside to working remotely, we are here to show you 5 underrated perks of remote working that you didn't know you’re missing.

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Top 7 Reasons Why Hybrid Working Is the Future

If you thought office cubicles and desk-bound meetings were the best way to get the job done, think again! An increasing number of people are working from home, at least flexibly, and this trend doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. In fact, many people who work remotely say that they get more done in fewer hours than they did when they were stuck in the office. This raises the question: why do so many people work from home? We’ve come up with 7 of the top reasons why remote working is the future of the workplace.

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A remote worker drink coffee and smiling because he has the freedom of working together from anywhere thanks to Wurkr

The Best Places to Work From Anywhere

The ‘New Normal’ has been the breeding ground for a specific type of remote worker… the digital nomad. Although remote working may feel new, many workers have been working  remotely and/or flexibly for many years before the pandemic hit. However, following the post coronavirus shift towards remote working solutions many workers do not want to return to the office. Due to a fall in tourism holiday destinations have shifted their focus towards remote ‘workations’ in order to attract visitors. But which places are opening their doors to remote workers?

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A work from anywhere set up facilitated by the Wurkr virtual office platform which allows people to work remotely and from anywhere.

Work From Anywhere That Works

If you’ve been following me for a while and read the content that I share, it may seem as though I’m a bit of ‘anti’ when it comes to the traditional business model of working in an office, or a single place of work. In reality, I’m not anti-office at all, but I am passionate about encouraging organisations to allow the workforce to work from anywhere, wherever works for them. I say this not as a response to the current requirement to work from home but as a long term necessary step.

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Posts about:

Work From Anywhere (3)

National Pollution Control Day 2021

Like most people with 60 years left on Earth (touch wood), I care about the future of the planet, and what we can do to lower our carbon footprint to make it more of a hospitable place to live. 

National Pollution Control Day is celebrated in India as an act of remembrance. December 2nd 2021, is observed as the 37th anniversary of the ‘Bhopal gas disaster’ where tragically a Methyl Isocyanate gas leak killed thousands, and a further half a million who were exposed to the toxic gas suffered injuries.

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5 Underrated Perks of Remote Working

Almost half of the population worked from home at some point in 2020, and many experienced the benefits of remote working for the first time. With the average UK commute time increasing every year, the ten-second commute from the bedroom to the home office is more alluring than ever. However this is not the only upside to working remotely, we are here to show you 5 underrated perks of remote working that you didn't know you’re missing.

Read More

Top 7 Reasons Why Hybrid Working Is the Future

If you thought office cubicles and desk-bound meetings were the best way to get the job done, think again! An increasing number of people are working from home, at least flexibly, and this trend doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. In fact, many people who work remotely say that they get more done in fewer hours than they did when they were stuck in the office. This raises the question: why do so many people work from home? We’ve come up with 7 of the top reasons why remote working is the future of the workplace.

Read More
A remote worker drink coffee and smiling because he has the freedom of working together from anywhere thanks to Wurkr

The Best Places to Work From Anywhere

The ‘New Normal’ has been the breeding ground for a specific type of remote worker… the digital nomad. Although remote working may feel new, many workers have been working  remotely and/or flexibly for many years before the pandemic hit. However, following the post coronavirus shift towards remote working solutions many workers do not want to return to the office. Due to a fall in tourism holiday destinations have shifted their focus towards remote ‘workations’ in order to attract visitors. But which places are opening their doors to remote workers?

Read More
A work from anywhere set up facilitated by the Wurkr virtual office platform which allows people to work remotely and from anywhere.

Work From Anywhere That Works

If you’ve been following me for a while and read the content that I share, it may seem as though I’m a bit of ‘anti’ when it comes to the traditional business model of working in an office, or a single place of work. In reality, I’m not anti-office at all, but I am passionate about encouraging organisations to allow the workforce to work from anywhere, wherever works for them. I say this not as a response to the current requirement to work from home but as a long term necessary step.

Read More