Which are the world’s most liveable cities after the pandemic?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at The Economist’s survey of the most desirable urban locations and the top workplace interiors in the DesignWeek Awards 2022

Why are US employers laying off staff amid a talent shortage?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing adopts an all-American theme to report on volatility in the tech job market, the return of Neocon trade show and the upcoming WORKTECH Chicago event

How can caterers create super-experiences for hybrid era?

Great food and drink is set to play a growing part in bringing people back to the office. But have caterers and service providers got it right in terms of creating that wow factor for staff?

Milan Design Week puts focus back on the creative interior

This WORKTECH Academy briefing reports on a resurgence of design creativity to address change with key events at Milan Design Week and the London Festival of Architecture.

Munich faces up to the challenge of reluctant returners

The Bavarian capital was once an icon of well-engineered business success. Now its companies are battling to make the office relevant to the new hybrid era, according to the WORKTECH Munich 2022 conference

Flexible-friendly Berlin lives up to reputation for disruption

Berlin has been at the epicentre of artistic, social and political disruption in the past. Now its workplace culture is set for transformation, according to the WORKTECH Berlin 2022 conference

Tesla’s stand against remote work at odds with employee needs?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at Elon Musk’s edict for Tesla employees to return to the office permanently at a time when the world’s largest trial of the four-day working week is taking place

Google’s new campus: team neighbourhoods catch the eye

This WORKTECH Academy Briefing looks at the flexible, modular workspaces under the curved roofs of Google’s Big View campus in Silicon Valley