Are social media influencers a gateway to hiring young talent?

How can traditional firms stay competitive in the race for young talent? A new trend suggests that career influencers on social media could play a critical role in reaching newer demographics

Return to office: from free coffee to job threats

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the demise of the office perk for workplace returners, a new sustainable office tower in Adelaide, and our upcoming conference on wellbeing

From boardroom to warehouse: why wellbeing is important at all levels

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new research to support employee wellbeing and performance from the monotonous jobs of manufacturing to the decisions made by C-suite executives

Justice for sustainable design: how to build smarter workplaces

This Wednesday Briefing looks at the best of sustainable design from a County Attorney’s new smart office building in the US desert to the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Sterling Prize shortlist for 2022

Talent pool: new tricks to win back non-traditional workers

This Wednesday Briefing looks at new research from McKinsey on five new typologies of workers that employers can reach to fill the void in the labour market

Emerging research brings more clarity to benefits of hybrid work

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new academic research that provides an evidence base as organisations weigh up their options on introducing a flexible working strategy

Stockholm syndrome: the drive to make offices sustainable

From placing employees at the centre of design to ambitious social and environmental sustainability goals, Stockholm is rewriting the traditional office playbook in order to reinvent its workplaces

The Adaptive Workplace: five learnings for the future workplace

As we enter the age of experimentation, a year-long pilot study by Australian developer Mirvac in Sydney provides insights on how to create a successful adaptive workplace design