health & wellbeing

Out of Office: a design guide to working well at home as we age

How can we work well from home in the hybrid era? A new research guide aims to give home workers top tips on how to stay healthy with a better home office set-up

Google New York opens neighbourhood office above 1930s rail terminal

Smart, stylish and sustainable, Google’s newly opened New York office at St John’s Terminal on the High Line marks the tech giant’s latest foray into the world of adaptive reuse

While CEOs sound off, HR departments are preparing for hybrid

In a new podcast for the Financial Times, Jeremy Myerson and Philip Ross, authors of the book Unworking, explain why the return to office needs a better rationale to succeed

From office block to housing block: is this the key to reinvigorate the city?

With offices still standing empty in downtown areas of the USA, developers are looking to new ideas and conversion projects to transform low footfall areas into vibrant city hubs once again

Touchstone of trust: are you confident your CEO is honest?

A quarter of employees don’t trust their company leaders to be transparent and less than half think they listen. Why trust will be a make-or-break issue in 2024

London Art Deco heritage office set to become life sciences hub

The conversion of a listed Bloomsbury Square office building into a lab-enabled space for start-ups and big pharma reflects a wider trend toward investment in healthcare-related real estate

The World of Work in 2024: top trends for the year ahead

From a ‘flight to character’ to the envy office and the orange economy, WORKTECH Academy’s report, The World of Work in 2024, presents 20 new directions to spot as the year unfolds

The Japanese workplace faces the future with Tokyo event

From making cities more magnetic for collaboration to using the inspiration of sci-fi film to envisage the impact of technologies on the future, the WORKTECH Tokyo 2023 conference tracked the latest trends