Why companies are reducing office density, not space

In this WORKTECH Academy briefing, we look at survey data which suggests that cuts in office space won’t be too deep – and at employee typologies for the new world of work

Tesla’s anti-employee handbook: the dark side of tech culture?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing reports on an unorthodox approach to people policies at Tesla, a reason to be cheerful on office occupancy, and a focus on the hospital as workplace

Change up: five ‘musts’ for negotiating workplace change

From wellbeing and engagement to smart infrastructure, workplace transformation is consuming organisational strategy – how can companies stay abreast of change and create more resilient strategies for the future?

David Adjaye: designing for meaning, memory and learning

Global architect David Adjaye has won the RIBA Royal Gold Medal for 2021. In this exclusive WORKTECH Academy interview, he explains why we need to secularise sacred space

Design for diversity: how to address new workforce demands

Smart building technology that addresses psychological as well as physical wellbeing can play a leading role in designing for a diverse workforce

The worth of workplace wellbeing: why feeling good matters

Introducing environmental wellbeing measures for a health-conscious workforce is no longer a luxury – it is a core competency and can be highly cost-effective

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

A message to the WORKTECH network: keep the channels open

Faced with the unimagined challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic, WORKTECH is stepping up its online Academy delivery of thought-leadership content at a time of great uncertainty and change