Longer commutes add to a growing argument for an office reboot.
Companies are now turning to architects and designers to provide them with an experiential space that has meaning, authenticity, and tells their brand story. Are Architects the new Brand storytellers?
The rampant spread of stress in relation to work, specifically, Burnout Syndrome, is a serious issue that is being more openly discussed around the world.
Our understanding of how people work best, what inspires innovation, and what nurtures wellbeing to shape the workplace as a vibrant personal and shared experience is based on scientific research.
Connecting with a colleague over text or chatting has more and more become a normal or acceptable form of communication in the business world.
Bob Fox connected with Robin Richards, CEO of CareerArc, who believes the physical environment that respects and embodies the employee, is where you get the biggest value.
According to a new study conducted by the Centre of Economics and Business Research (Cebr) with support from Citrix Systems, Inc., companies that leverage technology to enable flexible and remote working models can not only attract talent, but increase employee engagement and productivity, potentially boosting the US economy by as much as $2.36 trillion a year.
This year many of the speakers at the Workplace Trends London conference referenced the theme of making the workplace a human-centric environment.
The benefits are endless when people of color are provided with spaces where they can gather, where they can access and invest in companies that cater to them without having to go out of their way to locate them.
Steelcase’s Dr. Tracy Brower shares the change management mistakes we’re making as an industry and how can we support the process more effectively.
A recent event held at Haworth's Chicago showroom gathered workplace specialists to discuss workplace design that focuses on individuals rather than job titles.
Lego has become the world's largest toy manufacturer by selling plastic bricks, but with the future of physical toys under threat from digital alternatives Ashton believes that children's creativity is suffering.
The steps to take to succeed in today’s tech-savvy work environment to create a one-of-a-kind internal culture that attracts and retains the best employees.
With $20 million of new funding from Sidewalk Labs and Ikea umbrella company Ingka Group, the MIT robotics spin-off Ori is moving forward with its ambitious plans to revolutionize architecture.
A recent Think Tank panel dwelled on aspects of flexibility and choice, two key factors in keeping employees happy.
The gig economy in the US is growing exponentially, and with projections of freelancers making up almost half of the US workforce by 2027, employers are keen on engaging this talent pool.