The Frank Lloyd Wright office towers that never were

Brilliant new renderings of unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright office towers show how advanced his vision was and set the bar for today’s architects of tall buildings to match

Wellness wearables: changes in culture reflected through technology

A new breed of wearable technology suggests an attitude shift from an always-on culture towards a more mindful and caring approach to work-life balance

Trouble in paradise: why a tech slump is bad for US real estate

When the technology sector cuts back on staff, it isn’t just bad for tech workers. Commercial landlords are in the firing line too. Where does that leave the future of the corporate HQ?

Stop, look and listen: key takeaways from Paris event

Our WORKTECH Paris 2022 conference was awash with new ideas, but no concept was more central than taking the time to consider employee needs in-depth and with more seriousness

There may be trouble ahead: what’s in store for 2023

A new report from lawyers Lewis Silkin identifies key change factors in the world of work and workplace, and predicts a darker mood in 2023

Career cushioning: why job-hopping resembles the dating game

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at two taboo subjects in the workplace – the rise of keeping your job options open and the need for flexible support for women experiencing the menopause

Could rise in telehealth reflect the future of workplace benefits?

When workplaces went hybrid, so did healthcare. In this briefing we ask  whether telehealth services will become a key part of the future of workplace benefits.

Will job losses in big tech companies call a halt to hybrid working?

An economic downturn in Silicon Valley could have unseen consequences for new ways of working as future-of-work pioneers take a tumble and shed jobs