What employees want…

Have you adapted to attract the top talent?

Every generation coming into the talent pool brings with them fresh perspectives and priorities.

Using cloud-based communications to gain a competitive edge

The fastest growing, most efficient and resilient businesses usually have one thing in common – they have all implemented cloud-based technologies. From start-ups to large-scale corporations, the benefits of cloud-based communications are undeniable and offer organisations a competitive edge against others.  A new normal – adopting a hybrid model The past 12 months have made […]

How to transition back to the office environment post COVID-19

When employees across the country were asked to leave the office and work remotely in March 2020, not many of us imagined we’d still be working from home over a year later. The end of lockdown is in sight, and businesses are busy planning their future return to the workplace. But what will this return […]

Ramblings from our 2nd longest serving employee: ‘Normal’, ‘EX’ and ‘Fish & Chips’

I’ve grown to hate the word ‘normal’. It’s everywhere and nothing’s ‘normal’. For many, remote working was a forced overnight move; the rapid shift of people and technology to a hugely different work-life culture. Having to suddenly grapple with Teams and Zoom, mastering online meetings and screen sharing, remembering the bloody mute button. The initial […]

Hitting Reset: Business Reimagined

At Babble, we’ve shown that full remote working can result in a happier, less stressed, more productive workforce, which makes for better results.

We closed our offices. Here’s what happened

At the start of March 2020, we tested our business contingency plans by closing our offices for a working day. This was an opportunity for us to learn about ourselves and a test of our ability to react quickly, collaborate, communicate, be flexible and demonstrate that the solutions we deliver and deploy ourselves are best in class and enable organisations to operate as if everything was normal, whatever the situation.

A personalised experience is fast becoming the new expected normal.

Even before travellers set foot in an airport, their smart phones send alerts about traffic conditions, expected flight delays, weather conditions, the exchange rate, and they can get navigational assistance to their hotel. All of this is achieved by the digital assistant on their smartphones – a device that is so intimately involved in their […]