Having a private office is becoming more and more popular as businesses look for new ways to conduct business. A private office allows for confidential work, without distraction, in a quiet luxury environment.
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Published by rachel@escapin… | 24th March 2021
Published by michaela.wrede… | 18th March 2021
In the words of Prof. Jeremy Bailenson, Founding Director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, ‘just because you can… doesn’t mean you have to’. He is of course referring to video conference calls and doing so in light of Stanford’s new Zoom Exhaustion & Fatigue (ZEF) Scale, which tracks the general as well as physical, social, emotional and motivational fatigue that comes with time spent in on-screen meetings...
Published by rachel@escapin… | 13th March 2021
Office perks are one way workspace providers can differentiate themselves from the competition. And Argyll is no different. We believe our perks within our workspaces bring luxury to your everyday life and can benefit your work.
Published by michaela.wrede… | 11th March 2021
With the first anniversary of lockdown just around the corner, now is a moment of reflection for us all. A great deal has changed in the workplace over the last year for the positive as well as negative, and numerous challenges still lie ahead.
Published by rachel@escapin… | 4th March 2021
Finding office space to rent can be an exciting step to any business, both large or small. It can be a sign of growth or expansion, as maybe you have outgrown your current residence. What is important to take into consideration is that your office space is an extension of your brand.
Published by michaela.wrede… | 4th March 2021
The tide appears to be turning in terms of attitudes towards the office. Kevin Ellis, Senior Partner and Chairman of PwC, notes that after evidence of mixed sentiment last summer, the majority of CEOs are turning back to being pro-office, and David Solomon, Chief Executive of Goldman Sachs, goes as far as to say that working from home is ‘an aberration’ that requires ‘correcting’. While hybrid working is still the most likely scenario, leaders are getting serious about a return to the office this summer as vaccines continue to roll out and Government tempts commuters with the promise of flexible season rail tickets. There is, after all, no substitute for a stunning office building in a great location in terms of setting first impressions, welcoming customers, attracting talent and motivating employees.
Published by rachel@escapin… | 1st March 2021
Working in London provides endless opportunities, both professionally and personally. It's the capital city where dreams can happen, no matter what industry you are in. Discover the top 8 benefits of being able to work in London, and what Argyll can provide your company.
Published by rachel@escapin… | 27th February 2021
Finding startup offices in London has become easier as the city facilitates the ever growing freelance economy. Discover the benefits of securing startup office space in London, and how Argyll can help you through this journey.
Published by sally.carter@t… | 25th February 2021
At Argyll, we have over 30 flexible workspaces in London that can give your corporate business the temporary room it needs to bring your teams back together, safely. Finding a way to enable your teams to join together again, is critical as we move into this next chapter.
Published by michaela.wrede… | 25th February 2021
There has been a palpable change in the national mood since Boris Johnson’s announcement this week that we may return to restriction-free life from 21st June. While this positive burst of optimism is welcome, it conceals the longer-term unknown impact that the pandemic has had on our wellbeing.
It comes as little surprise that mental health problems have worsened across all age groups in the past year, and the third lockdown has been particularly harmful thus far due to struggles with job security, home schooling, caring responsibilities, bereavement and lockdown fatigue all being prolonged.