Social standing: rebuilding experience and informal collaboration

Informal collaborations, experiences and social connections need to be rebuilt as we head back to the office. Can technology provide answers? A new report from Condeco probes the issue

Office return radar: what are the big employers planning this autumn?

September 2021 was flagged as the key moment to kickstart the return to the office, but corporate organisations are still struggling to put new plans in place. WORKTECH Academy has compiled a survey of strategic moves by large companies

The future of work has arrived early with tech take-up

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at how the post-pandemic technology boom has accelerated the future of work, and at Denmark’s world-first certification for data and IT security

experience

Why ‘experience journeys’ are critical to a switch to hybrid work

This WORKTECH Briefing looks at the critical role of experience mapping in shaping the future of work and the debate behind UK civil servants being forced back to the office

coworking

Coworking closures: new hope for flexible space market after cull

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report which explains how new coworking business models are emerging after large operators lost a fifth of all Northern American locations

micro-mobility

On your bike: how micro-mobility is changing corporate real estate in cities

Micro-mobility in cities is on the rise, but how can real estate professionals benefit from this shift in transport preference? A new report from Urban Land Institute looks at how the property sector is responding

Data driven: seven ways to migrate safely back to the office

As governments and businesses strive to get people back into the office after the global shutdown, what can they do to ensure the safety of employees while observing social distancing measures? Join Signify’s upcoming webinar to find out

Clean city

Hygiene versus human interaction: make or break for the sharing economy?

So much of our working life in cities is based on a model of shared services. What happens now that coronavirus has cast a shadow over both urban and workplace planning?