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Free-range or factory-farmed? A key question for workplace

In our latest roundup, we report on a dialogue between three of Britain’s workplace pioneers - what they share is a belief in a diverse, people-first workplace driven by great design

Academy update: a new look and community membership tier

As more workplace professionals turn to online resources in the current crisis, we unveil a new look for the WORKTECH Academy and a new category of community membership

Preparing for the great return: how much will really change?

In our weekly WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing, we look at ways to innovate out of a crisis, how technology can create empathy and the deadly cost of air pollution

Post-pandemic workplace: shaping up for the new normal

What might happen when the lockdown is lifted? Is cellular office space set for a comeback? Can we put a six-feet cordon around every employee? All this and more in our latest update during the pandemic

Handle with care: managing people in the post-virus workplace

WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing is a new addition to the Academy’s coverage during the pandemic. In our first video feature, Academy director Jeremy Myerson discusses the potential impact of coronavirus on experience, mental health and leadership at work

Latin American companies look to the innovation-rich workplace

With only one country in the global top 50 index of innovative nations, Latin America has a lot of ground to make up in the race for innovation. But this represents a real opportunity for companies in the region

Will ‘floworking’ be the fourth age of the financial workplace?

The major changes seen in the financial sector over the past decade are set to develop in new and intriguing ways, according to WORKTECH’s Financial Workplace 19 conference

Silicon Valley on the Seine: how Paris upped the ante on innovation

From the benefits of scientific evidence to the growth of the flex generation, the WORKTECH Paris 2019 conference showed how the French capital is becoming a workplace leader