Reinventing the wellness wheel: designing for six areas of wellbeing

Wellbeing is an essential component of workplace performance, but what does ‘wellness in the workplace’ look like when we split our workdays between offices, homes and everywhere in between?

Risky business: the hidden pitfalls of hybrid working

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at new data from Leesman on the dangers for hybrid working, and at a new Manhattan tower billed as the world’s skinniest skyscraper

What employees really want: towards a people-first workplace

What do employees really want? A new report by HqO explores where employees and employers align and diverge in their expectations for the future of work

Have we reached an inflection point on journey to hybrid work?

In this WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we explore what Microsoft’s 2022 Work Trends Index tells us about the future of hybrid work and meet six workplace archetypes from Bain & Company

Get ready: how prepared are employees for the future of work?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new index to measure worker ‘readiness’ for the future of work, at mergers in the flex-space market, and at new reports set to be launched at our Sydney conference

Home Unbound: how attitudes to hybrid have changed in 2022

The office still needs to make significant changes around hybrid working, health and safety to meet worker expectations in the US, according to a review of two employee surveys by smart building expert Brivo


Time to wake up to the real costs of workers losing sleep

From sleep pods to sleep coaching, organisations are starting to take the sleeping patterns of their employees seriously as tiredness and exhaustion take their toll on economic productivity

Can empathy, clarity and creativity mould better leaders?

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at what it takes to be classified as a creative leader, a reluctance to return to the office, and what the workplace can learn from retail on inclusion