British workers are taking less time off sick than ever before. But that doesn’t mean its offices are healthier. Could presenteeism be playing a part?
New scientific research explains why curved lines might be more appropriate in some office environments while angular and rectilinear forms might work better in other situations
A new report that explores how a combination of new technology and the changing demographics of students will reinvent the educational campus of the future
Personality profiling and corporate culture share one common trait: they are described and not fixed. Could our addiction to telling stories about ourselves be holding us back?
The traditional view that workplace design shapes organisational culture will be turned on its head by a sharper focus on corporate culture that leads design, according to a new book
Sticking to a New Year’s resolution is never easy, especially when they are hauled into the workplace. Here are three useful tips for keeping those resolutions on track
Can desk management determine the quality of work you carry out? Maybe not, but it can impact the way people view you as a worker. Here are four ways an untidy desk can be detrimental to your career
A necessary work tool or a gimmick detracting from real work? How far do filters integrated in video conferencing systems go to improve appearance create a sense of empowerment and confidence in workers?