Copenhagen gets comfortable with uncertainty about future of work
As companies around the world struggle to make hybrid work, Danish firms appear to be relaxed about embracing change with a test-and-learn approach, according to our latest WORKTECH Copenhagen conference
Size matters: large firms lag behind in getting employees back to the office
This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the most recent evidence on hybrid working including a New York study which shows the giant firms struggling the most to bring people back to the workplace
How IoT is reimagining connectivity for the hybrid workplace
As work becomes more distributed, offices need to work harder to offer value and connectivity to employees. How can the Internet of Things play its part in bridging together digital and physical worlds?
Why is London lagging behind in recovering from the pandemic?
As UK cities start to recover after the pandemic, one major urban centre – London – is still behind the rest of the pack in terms of spend and footfall, according to the latest data from Centre for Cities
Healthy building, healthy planet: how can lighting support the green agenda?
From enhancing employee wellbeing to supporting the sustainable construction of greener buildings, organisations are looking to the workplace to optimise experience and performance
Live and kicking: five lessons from London for 2022
From the artificial intelligence fallacy to the art of delight, the flagship WORKTECH London conference brought five key learnings for the post-pandemic workplace to the table for 2022