How FM and HR professionals can make strategic decisions together to strengthen the workplace experience for all employees.
No place or space is off limits in the world of flexible work — especially for organizations embracing this trend that is at the heart of the future of work.
"Experiential" is usually associated with retail space these days, but property giant JLL believes it has applications in the office sector as well.
After years of experimenting with open office layouts, the search for places where developers can work both uniquely and collaboratively continues.
The findings by Bernstein and Turban provide valuable, quantitative evidence that line of sight and proximity may not increase the quantity of face to face communication within teams under all circumstances.
Planning for 2019 and beyond? JLL shares how workplace and occupancy planning tools can help position your company for growth in the future of work
We also talk about the outliers of workplace design, how we live alongside technology and the true nature of Millennials.
A growing number of architects and advocates are promoting an ambitious vision of energy-efficient, data-driven homes–many of which have been around for decades.
The first recognisable swivel chairs were developed by the likes of Thomas Jefferson, Albert Stoll and Peter Ten Eyck.
In the 30-year span from 1994 to 2024, workers aged 55 and older will go from being the smallest segment of the US working population to the largest, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What does a worker’s messy desk signify to the greater office? Unfortunately, far more than just an inability to organize bobbleheads or throw away empty La Croix cans.
A new study from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University College of London concludes that we work better when we’re allowed to go for a bit of a wander around the office.
A consistent theme throughout the research was a desire amongst office workers for more informal spaces for working and collaborating, and also private spaces for concentrating and taking telephone calls.
With three-quarters (76 percent) of office workers agreeing that a well-functioning and attractive office workplace would encourage better staff retention, the study demonstrates a link between the office workspace, the people in it, and their inclination to stay put.