Regarding office space, what are the biggest disagreements between bosses and employees?
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New research has revealed an appetite for art in the office.
Europe’s flexible working office space to grow by up to 30 per cent per year for the next five years, says new JLL research.
According to Linda Morey-Burrows, there are a number of fundamental basics that must be considering when
designing an office space to co-operate with a wellbeing strategy.
Tech companies are less likely to devote office space to individual employees, instead preferring to tailor floor plans to team working, new research has found.
The number of offices owned by the Government is to be slashed by 75 per cent by 2023 it has been announced.
Canary Wharf’s had fallen behind other rival London districts last year, posting only an eight percent rise in rental growth. This was in comparison with 12 percent for the City and and a 24 per cent jump in Shoreditch. Canary Wharf had, it seemed, started to become unfashionable.
Certain technological trends can completely transform workplace productivity and how we shape our day. From sharing information to holding meetings, the latest devices dictate how and where we work, pushing office space to evolve as the world becomes more virtual.
Tech giants like Google, Twitter and Facebook are seamlessly integrating social spaces with work spaces. As business mixes with leisure, how are these tech giants changing the way in which we work?
For many office workers the return to work after the festive period makes the heart sink but it is important that they are helped to reap the benefits of the break and turn them to good advantage.
In an ideal world employees wouldn’t want to work from home. The office environment would be so stimulating and accommodating that the challenge would be getting staff to go home. It’s important for businesses to create environments where employees still have the flexibility and ability to seamlessly manage work and their home life. They would…
The defining event in the world of the workplace last year came early on with the decision in February by Yahoo to ban homeworking for staff at its headquarters in the US. The decision sparked a debate that rumbled on for months and attracted the interest of a range of professions and even the national…
It’s not often that workplace management becomes national news but that happened at the end of February when the world became very interested for a while in the way we design and manage offices. The reason for this was the decision by Yahoo to ban homeworking for staff at its headquarters. The resultant period of…
New figures from the BCO reveal that London offices from an overall building perspective are less densely occupied than those outside the capital, and more likely to accommodate meeting rooms and breakout areas that provide a greater variety of work setting for staff. The BCO’s 2013 Occupier Density Study found that the South and West…