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In the next decade a new generation will take over as business leaders. This presents a massive cultural driver for change, and an ideal opportunity for businesses to take advantage. It requires a focus on the evolving technology landscape, and the change in employee expectations. You’re invited to explore this portal and see the future of work, with some of the opportunities for today’s business leaders.

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Presentation

Exploring flexible working & how it can impact Wellbeing

Work/life balance and location are key factors for employee retention. Discover how in this Vodafone report.

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Report

The Quest for Mobile Excellence with Adobe

Essential reading for any decision-maker seeking to attract, engage and retain high quality millennial employees.

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Flexible working starts with a change of culture

Effectively implementing flexible working starts with changing your business’s culture. This infographic shows you how.

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Video: Better ways of working

Explore the impact of redefining the work concept – from what you do, to where and how –  with technology. See how Vodafone has increased occupancy, reduced property costs and travel expenditure, and raised employee satisfaction and productivity.

Growing Britain from the Middle

Mid-sized businesses are a massive contributor to UK PLC: despite making up less than 1% of UK organisations, they have the highest productivity of any segment, contributing 22% of GDP.

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