Hello, we are the WorkLife HUB, your go to place for work-life issues. We know the right experts, we know the latest research, and we help you solve your complex work-life challenges.
The creation of a company work-life policy starts with a comprehensive analysis. It consists everything, from your leadership practices to what your employees truly want. After our assessment, we'll identify the areas of opportunities for you to ensure that your employees aren't working at the expense of their personal life.
We provide companies and organisations with leading expertise and innovative research to help them understand current and future market trends. We will show you how global trends are impacting on your business and organisation, and how to translate insight into actionable changes.
We bring our knowledge to panel discussions, short talks, radio interviews and formal presentations.
We work hard to build and retain relationship between our communication platforms. This allows us to meet every important actor in the work-life realm, and make the most of every research, publication or study that unfolds. These connections support us understand the work-life spectrum better, so we can help our partners and clients to develop content that makes the most out of their own topics.
By connecting with thought-leaders, we bring you the latest workplace trends and innovation from around the world.
We talk to authors, researchers, HR experts and CEOs and about their take on what makes a great workplace, how employees can flourish and what is their advice to others starting out or wanting to improve the wellbeing of their people.
Job-sharing in civil service, agile working in the professional services industry, dynamic working in a bank and flexible leave systems in the military. These are just some of the examples of work flexibility showcased by Working Families during the National Work Life Week on the 3rd-7th October 2016.Go to blog
The Royal Institute of International Affairs, commonly known as Chatham House, is an NGO based in London and according to a 2015 report it is the 2nd most influential think-thanks in the world. As one of the official media partners of Chatham House's Future of Work conference, being held on 27 June 2016, we provide assistance with outreach and promotion.View case study