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giant leapGiant Leap is one of South Africa’s largest workplace design consultancies. They design and build office interiors that inspire efficient & innovative work. 

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Despite an almost full return to the office, it seems Friday's have been ceded to the work from home advocates as a compromise - without productivity falling in a heap. 


Most virtual meetings aren’t stimulating enough to keep people alert - overall people reported sleepiness levels 28% higher in virtual meetings compared to face-to-face meetings. But there are strategies to create more productive calls and keep cognition healthy and high. 


As more organisations understand that the workplace landscape has permanently changed, the focus in 2024 will be less on how many people come into the office and more on how the office can support people’s needs according to Linda Trim, Director at Giant Leap, one of SA’s largest workplace design consultancies. 


There is a growing gap between what employees say and do when it comes to office working according to Linda Trim, Director at Giant Leap, one of SA’s largest workplace design consultancies.


A happy workplace has become ever more important considering the disruptions to and questioning of the traditional models over the past three years - and solving it will add trillions to the global economy. 


In the post pandemic world, Fridays float in no man’s land, not quite a regular workday, and not quite a weekend - creating a whole new set of workplace dilemmas which could be bad for business according to Linda Trim, Director at Giant Leap, one of SA’s largest workplace design consultancies. 


Multitasking involves working on two or more tasks simultaneously, switching back and forth from one thing to another, believing we are achieving greater efficiency. 

 


Gen Z works in - and values the office - more than any other generation and is about to reshape the workplace according to surprising new research. 

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