Space for thought: are we ready for a brain-healthy workplace?
Designing workplaces to improve wellbeing is now standard practice. Much less common is looking at this topic through the prism of brain health. A study led by architect HSK shows the potential
How will Gen Z fare in 2023? Focus on providing an office
The status of Generation Z as ‘digital natives’ aligns them most closely with flexible working. But they are also pro-office and want a safe work environment that supports their mental health
There may be trouble ahead: what’s in store for 2023
A new report from lawyers Lewis Silkin identifies key change factors in the world of work and workplace, and predicts a darker mood in 2023
Career cushioning: why job-hopping resembles the dating game
This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at two taboo subjects in the workplace – the rise of keeping your job options open and the need for flexible support for women experiencing the menopause
Will job losses in big tech companies call a halt to hybrid working?
An economic downturn in Silicon Valley could have unseen consequences for new ways of working as future-of-work pioneers take a tumble and shed jobs
Are caring commitments slowing down the return to office?
This WORKTECH Academy Briefing looks at the record numbers of workers staying away from the workplace to meet caring responsibilities, and at the opening of Apple’s new London campus
Attitudes to hybrid: positive but juniors get raw deal
Employees are appreciating the benefits of hybrid working but are being held back by a lack of investment in enabling technologies, especially younger staff, according to a new report from Condeco
Chicago looks to the recent past for clues about the future
Making the workplace a hybrid centre for wellbeing, collaboration and creativity is not quite the new-fangled thing it is made out to be, as speakers at WORKTECH’s Chicago 2022 conference explained