Over the last decade or so, the engagement and retention of employees have been an area of focus for the majority of businesses around the world. Organisations are actively working to develop [...]
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The government recently announced £26.6m of investments into developing new robotic technology to track and maintain UK infrastructure. This has the potential to transform how industries deploy, manage and repair these [...]
The Evolution of Job Management in the Drainage Sector, from piles of paper to market networks - Featured in Drain Trader Magazine
Find out how the world of work is changing in our article for Drain Trader Magazine. The World Economic Forum says we’re on the cusp of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (or Industry 4.0). [...]
This was a big year for Okappy and we couldn’t be more proud of the product we’ve been working hard on over the last 3 ½ years! Reflecting upon our journey, we [...]
Technology is having a transformative impact on the way that we work today. From the gig economy to the lean methodology, to internet connected delivery drivers, the work patterns of 2018 [...]
The world of work is being transformed by technology. Indeed, IDG’s ‘2018 State of Digital Business Transformation’ reported that 89% of organisations are either already digital-first or are in the processing of [...]
Expansion is great for businesses: it means you’re doing something right. But in order to make that sustainable, the business has got to grow and adapt to the changing landscape. So how [...]
Activity based working is one of the growing trends in workplace design, and a concept that office refurbishment companies are increasingly being asked about. In simple terms, it involves providing workers [...]
It’s easy to assume that there’s limited opportunity to innovate work patterns in a field like the Water Jetting industry. After all, there’s a relatively unavoidable cycle of appraising jobs, allocating personnel [...]