hybrid work

The Last Word: BGSF’s Troy Chapdelaine on How Strongly Job Candidates Feel About Flexible Workplaces

The Dallas Regional Chamber conducted a Future of Work survey of its members in May to better understand the workplace arrangements of companies across the Dallas region. One key finding from DRC member BGSF: Job candidates are prioritizing hybrid and flexible workplaces above all else when considering their next placement.
‘The Future of the Office is Flex’: WorkSuites Makes its First Expansion Outside of Texas
by | May 24, 2022
Dallas-based WorkSuites is opening two new coworking facilities in the Atlanta area, added to the 21 locations it now operates in North Texas and metro Houston. Founder and CEO Flip Howard says more locations are coming in the Atlanta region, and WorkSuites is looking for locations in Phoenix, too. “Everybody knows that the future of office is flex,” he told Dallas Innovates. “Every (location) that we've opened has filled up faster than they used to.”
Robert Half Report: 4 in 10 Dallas Workers Plan to Seek New Jobs in First Half of 2022
by | Dec 15, 2021
A new report from global talent solutions firm Robert Half says that 4 in 10 Dallas workers plan to look for a new job in the first half of 2022. That's up from 38% six months ago. The firm's biannual Job Optimism Report surveyed more than 2,400 workers across the U.S. 
Capital One Will Become a Hybrid Work Company, Impacting All 5,000+ DFW Associates and 52,000 Overall
by | Jun 29, 2021
Capital One Founder and CEO Richard Fairbank announced in an internal memo that Capital One will adopt a “flexible hybrid model” allowing most of its 52,000 associates to split their work time between virtual and office settings.

Mondays and Fridays will now be enterprise-wide virtual work days—with associates working on their own from home "or wherever they work best."