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Human Orientated Workplaces

By Natasha Langton

The rise of contract working, portfolio careers and co-working is changing the power relationship between employer and employee.

Companies that acknowledge this truth and reflect it in their management practices and structures will acquire and retain engaged, determined and dynamic workers.

‘We’re going to see workplaces that are more intelligent, connected and human orientated – a move from facilities management to hospitality,’ says Jeremy Myerson, co-founder of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art.

The Laws of Attraction Vibe employee survey platform enables organisations to connect with their employees and show they truly care about how they feel, and more importantly, provides leaders with vital information to human orientate their business.