Safe and sociable: a blueprint for the future financial workplace

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at an innovative Italian office design concept for financial companies which combines safety measures in the pandemic with the need to foster creativity

Can workplace analytics rescue firms from under-utilisation?

As organisations reimagine space strategies for their businesses, new research analysis by global workplace experts reveals three key areas where the biggest real estate mistakes are often made

Executives and employees at odds over new world of work

This briefing looks at new research from IBM which shows a gaping chasm between company leaders and their staff over support and training for new ways of working

Mind over clutter: creating a mindful home office space

Many of us will be working from home on a more permanent basis, but how can we design our home to balance life and work? A new digital design guide by Kelly Robinson gives some tips

David Adjaye: designing for meaning, memory and learning

Global architect David Adjaye has won the RIBA Royal Gold Medal for 2021. In this exclusive WORKTECH Academy interview, he explains why we need to secularise sacred space

How far will the lawmakers go to protect home workers?

In our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at Germany’s intention to legislate to give employees the right to work from home – and at human-centric design principles to support their wellbeing in the office

How the pandemic punched a hole in US employee engagement

In our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at a sharp reverse in employee engagement in American companies after years of progress and challenge the idea there will be a ‘new normal’

Great expectations: facing the demands of the digital generation

Many Gen Z entrants have started their working lives video-conferencing from home in the pandemic. Their technology behaviour will require employers to rethink their office offer in the race for talent, according to a new report from Logitech