Tag: hybridwork

  • Coremoting is Deconstructing Workplace Paradoxes

    Do you believe in paradoxes? Well, maybe you shouldn’t. “Paradoxes typically arise from false assumptions, which then lead to inconsistencies between observed and expected behaviours“. That is according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. If that statement is true, then identifying a paradox must be a first step towards realizing that one of our assumptions is inaccurate. […]

  • How to energize workplaces with a new hybrid mode

    Hybrid work is here. Now, imagine working from home but together with your favorite colleague. Imagine working near your home but with a select colleague at your colleague’s house. Coremoting, a new collaborative working mode for colleagues is here and our web app at Coremoting.com is ready to facilitate the organization, matching and scheduling of […]

  • Is “Goblin Mode”​ to blame for the office attendance policies’​ pushback?

    Is “Goblin Mode”​ to blame for the office attendance policies’​ pushback?

    It may come as a surprise that “Goblin Mode” was selected as the Oxford´s Word of the Year for 2022. According to the esteemed publisher behind the Oxford English Dictionary: “…the slang term refers to a type of behavior which is “unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy, slovenly, or greedy, typically in a way that rejects social norms or expectations”.

  • The real estate paradox

    The real estate paradox

    I came across two seemingly contradicting news this week. On was on CNN business titled “London’s rental market has become a ‘nightmare.’” and the other on This is Money titled: British office space plummets by a record amount as firms adapt to hybrid working and a refurbishment boom takes out desks.