We have a solution suitable for almost every type of team retreat, offsite or in-person meetup, even with special requirements. Check 3 NextRetreat Solutions and learn which one is the best for you.
Wherever you’ve set your eyes on for your next team trip, NextRetreat can help you find the ideal spot. Here are the best locations for team traveling in 2022.
Thinking about organising a work retreat with your team? Maybe something is holding you back. Whether you’re new to the concept of a company retreat or you’re just not sure if it’s right for your team, there are many misconceptions. Read on to discover the reality when it comes to four common work retreat expectations.
How to become a NextRetreat property partner. At NextRetreat, we prioritise developing and growing our user base and inventory. With this in mind, we’re excited to open our books to third party properties suitable for team retreats, offsites and company outings.
In this article, we are going to share with you the top 6 signs that can tell you that you should getaway with your colleagues on a team retreat.
Read top things to consider when choosing a venue for team retreat. Finding the right venue for a team retreat or offsite is an important part of the organisation process, but it can easily become a time-consuming challenge. It seems that there are too many things which need to be taken into consideration when looking for a venue for your team. That’s also why we built NextRetreat app – to make the research and organisation process seamless, more seamless and straightforward.
Since the beginning of 2020 everyone’s working lives changed, businesses have seemed to be waxing lyrical about the benefits of remote working. No stressful commute, more time at home, a better work/life balance…there are lots of good bits, it has to be said.
But nothing is perfect, so what about the other side of the coin? There are undoubtedly many amazing benefits to remote work, but in this article, we will not focus on that.
Company culture is like art: it is unique, it’s easy to grasp and yet so hard to explain. It is also negotiable whether people in a company define culture or culture defines people. Still, if everything is so individual, can we say anything in general about it?