In the latest report from Density, more than 10,000 hours of meeting room data were analyzed—generated by their sensor platform—to explore how wrong-sized meeting rooms cost workplaces millions of dollars every year.
No matter where you are in the world, new research tells us the conditions needed for successful collaboration are universal.
Nearly 40 percent of people under the age of 45 who have flexible working believe it has offered marked improvements in their mental health, a survey from Wildgoose claims.
Majority of North American Workers report inadequate natural light, while nearly half suffer due to poor air quality.
Once thought of as co-working offices, now more often referred to as flexible space, for H1 2019 this sector has reached 8.5% of leasing activity nationwide, according to CBRE’s latest research.
Workplace design has always strived to be human-centered. However, as technology and computing are becoming a central part of workplaces, getting deeper information about how technologies are getting integrated into work may help shed new light on how people really work.
The survey of 1,000 UK office workers also claims that employees are conscious of how their office looks on social media.
Firm’s latest Workplace Report indicates employee well-being is becoming a primary driver for tailored work environments.
HOK’s Workplace group has just released their annual report which explores a crucial issue in workplace and interior design. “HOK Forward: Tech Workplace Takes Center Stage” investigates the distinct threats and challenges facing the tech sector and how these same challenges are affecting all companies, regardless of the industry in which they operate.
The debate around “open” workplaces continues to generate significant attention — but often lacking the nuance required for productive debate.
The April 2019 index declined more than six points to 57.73 which is slightly below the 58.23 survey average. The previous all-time high and low were in July 2018 (66.86) and July 2009 (41.40).
Capital One has committed to taking workplace design to a new level, utilizing data and research to ensure that their employees can thrive in their daily work experience.
Gensler’s data suggests that access to coworking directly correlates with effectiveness and experience when offered as another choice of where to work, but not a replacement for the main office.
UK workers are becoming more confident in their abilities to do their job from anywhere, with one in ten now preferring to work outside the traditional office altogether.
The poll suggests that employees think that the Internet of Things will have the biggest impact on their day to day working lives followed by voice activated technologies and wireless charging.
New research from Aon claims that 97 percent of employers agree that employees’ expectations of their experience in the workplace are changing.
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.