The state of flexible working with The Inspired Marketing Group

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Since 2020, there’s been a clear shift in working behaviours from going completely remote to adapting to a hybrid style and heading back to the office full-time. In this week’s episode, Head of Content David Rowlands is joined by Co-founders of The Inspired Marketing Group, David Coghlan and Richard Johnson.

They dive into the definition of a flexible work environment, how it’s being showcased in 2023 and why more than ever employees are asking for exactly what they want during the hiring process. With more employers asking staff back into the office, the trio also discuss the benefits of being in a collaborative workspace and how to get the younger generation to grow as leaders in the future.

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