Dark Arrival gives way to a Bright Future of Work
What the pandemic did to change where and how we work, may end up just a side note to how it ultimately shaped our views of the importance of working to live vs. living to work, and who owns the benefits of that work. And to an awakened populous already questioning everything about their relationship with work, the cold, callous, and algorithmic nature of the recent mass layoffs, cemented the fact that we have arrived in a brave new world.
The good news is that we all have agency and are not on our own in this thing. Every corporation and machine alike, has a person who wrote it into existence. We are in charge, you are in charge, and we have the tools to build a world of work that works for everyone. One where ambition, talent, and character matter more than location, pedigree, and connections. And where machines make more of us better, not less of us needed.
Let's build smaller, faster moving teams, made up of talent from all locations and walks of life, doing work we care about, focusing on what matters, and taking care of each other while we do it. The Future of Work will soon be very bright, long removed from today's dark beginnings.
Adding theStand MultiDesk to Your LifeOne of the standout features of theStand MultiDesk is its incredible versatility. Whether you're working in a coffee shop, on a park bench, or in the comfort of your own home, the desk can be easily adjusted to the perfect height and angle. This means you can work in a comfortable and ergonomic position, reducing the risk of strain or injury.
The Science of Healthier Working (by Caroline Williams)
In this Guest Blog, Caroline Williams, acclaimed science journalist and author of Move: how the new science of body movement can set your mind free, tells us the science behind how little movements can change the way you think and feel.
Deskless WorkforceIt's estimated that 80% of the global workforce doesn't sit at a desk to do their jobs. That's a whole lot of laptops, tablets, books, and notepads that are being propped up on tailgates, car hoods, countertops, benches, and walls.