In the Driver’s Seat: How Smart Working Enables Exploration

11th February 2019 Off

If you are dissatisfied with your current working arrangements, you’re far from alone. As it turns out, more than half of British workers are unhappy with their jobs, according to a survey conducted among 1,200 workers in the UK. Results show that 55.6% of people are not satisfied with their current roles — with 38% among…

By Guest Blogger

How to Prepare Your Business for a Smart Working Workforce

7th February 2019 Off

From January to April 2019, Abodoo is conducting some smart business workshops roadshows with our partners at Vodafone and Small Firms Association (SFA). These workshops are aimed at Irish businesses and offer a series of informational sessions about smart working, HR and profit growth. Given that these roadshows are happening nationwide, we thought it was time…

By Priyanka Athavale

Tips for Networking in CoWorking Spaces

6th February 2019 Off

Today’s CoWorking post is all about how to network like a pro in your Co-Working space! The greatest thing about coworking hubs is the mixture between professional and casual. It is a highly professional and innovative office but in a flexible casual environment, which makes them the perfect place for networking. Coworking spaces bring together…

By Vithoria Escobar

How to Help Remote Employees Avoid Burnout and Loneliness

5th February 2019 Off

Remote employees are not a rarity anymore. Remote working has become a standard organizational practice in today’s day and age, with companies offering greater flexibility to their employees in terms of working hours and location. A 2017 report by PowWowNow states that 58% of UK workers are offered the option of flexible working. PwC has…

By Priyanka Athavale

Wexford Talent Map Showcases Available Employment Skills

1st February 2019 Off

We’re delighted to share our latest Wexford Talent Heat Map – commissioned by Wexford County Council – showcasing the wealth and breadth of talent available across Wexford and the immediate surrounding area.   Wexford County Council were keen to highlight the skills and experience available in the area for a number of reasons, not least…

By Louise O'Conor