“How we work is more important than where we work”
-Sinead Daly, Director, Culture & Experience for @BeameryHQ

“We’re focused on collaboration-first, there is no remote-first or office-first”
-Sinead Daly, Director, Culture & Experience for @BeameryHQ
“During the pandemic we had several team members move out of the city so it was important for us to become a remote-first company to keep our talent”
-Susie Carr, Ops Manager @korukids
“Post COVID we’ll have an office, though much smaller, for people to hot desk and collaborate when they need to.”
-Susie Carr, Ops Manager @korukids
“We’ll have an office post pandemic and it will be our team members home away from home.”
-Stephanie Frame, @bumble
“Spaces need to be flexible because our team is growing and team preferences change over time.”
-@d_sineadd, Director, Culture & Experience @BeameryHQ

P.S. I know a place with good coffee Sinead ☕️ 😎
“We’ve expanded our talent pool during the pandemic by not being office centric and are recruiting people outside of London.”
-Fiona Wallis, Business Ops Mgr, @OddboxLDN
“We give our employees who #WFH an allowance to create a comfortable working environment.”
-Fiona Wallis, Business Ops Mgr, @OddboxLDN

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