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Nespresso Professional offers unique coffee experiences for employees with the Momento Coffee & Milk machine

Nespresso Momento gives users a unique opportunity to express themselves and their creative side Nespresso Professional is constantly seeking to provide a unique coffee experience for employees that can answer a growing diversity of needs. From large offices to luxury ...

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ISS introduces new workplace experience company

A new boutique workplace experience company, Livv, has officially launched to help challenger organisations create and maintain inspiring workplaces. Part of ISS Facility Services, the company is founded on the belief that “a workplace should embody a company’s culture, beliefs, ...

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Offices need their own MOT, if over 50s are to return to employment

Plans to encourage early retirees back into work will hit a road block unless offices are given an MOT too, says global workplace creation expert, Unispace.With the Government pushing ahead with plans to encourage over 50s back into employment through ...

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The wellness-led workplace

Wellbeing now plays an essential role in the design, management and creation of a balanced workplace, says Sarah Syson, Design Manager at Claremont With many organisations striving to find a new sense of normality in an increasingly hybrid world, employers ...

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Two-thirds of employees want ‘hotel-style’ amenities at the office

A new survey of 6,000+ US, UK, and Australian office workers has found that employees want more ‘hotel-style’ amenities such as areas for socialising, state-of-the-art infrastructure, outdoor spaces, onsite cafes, air conditioning, and flexible work facilities to entice them back ...

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Flexibility and personalised experience are key to the office’s future

Most companies remain uncertain about what their post-pandemic workplaces will look like according to new research released by the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) and office furniture company, MillerKnoll. The research, titled ‘The future of office design’ invited ...

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BCO recommends allocating more space-per-person for the post-pandemic office

A new report, ‘The Future of UK Office Densities’, commissioned by the British Council for Offices (BCO), says the impact of the pandemic on the office sector combined with energy and carbon reduction targets means the traditional office space metrics ...

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Most office spaces are not set-up to support employee mental wellbeing

A study by workplace design company, Unispace, has revealed that most office spaces are not set-up to support mental wellbeing in today’s hybrid working environment. The report, Mental health and the office: Understanding the current, and future relationship, between workspaces ...

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Human-centric space

Trifle* delivers spaces for a range of companies and brands with a focus on human-centric design. Founder Emma Morley asks, what are UK companies failing to do to attract and retain talent and as workspace designers, what can we do ...

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Using smart technology to make buildings more comfortable and energy efficient in extreme temperatures

With flexible working now becoming much more common since lockdown, the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) says staff will expect their employers to take the necessary steps to ensure their place of work is a comfortable environment, particularly in periods ...

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