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Space matters

  While FMs grapple with the realities of dealing with COVID and how to help their workplaces evolve as lockdown eases, the importance of organisational agility has been thrust firmly into the spotlight. Jon Wilson, Senior Workplace Consultant at office ...

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Getting ready for the new workplace norm

Author: Richard Guy, Country Sales Manager, Ergotron UK & Ireland With lockdown restrictions finally easing, many office workers who have been working from home are preparing to receive the call that they will soon resume working at desks they have ...

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Thinking outside the box

The ‘new normal’ workspace must nurture and champion the neurodiverse says David O’Coimin of www.Nookpod.com Business decision-makers can be forgiven for wanting to fast-forward to a time when we are free from the grip of the pandemic. With offices closed, ...

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Experts predict coronavirus could challenge hotdesking and workplace design

Workplace design experts are predicting the coronavirus pandemic could prove a major challenge to the future of hotdesking. Some of the biggest companies in the country have embraced hotdesking as a way of reducing office space, embracing flexible working, utilising ...

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Measuring success

Leesman’s CEO, Tim Oldman, explains what the best workplaces in the world are doing differently to everyone else and how others can adopt the same approach At Leesman, we canvass the views of employees in order to arm businesses and ...

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Crown Workspace appoints workplace sustainability expert

The appointment of  Ashley Lawrence as Crown Workspace’s new Head of Interiors, will see him focus on growth and sustainability. With 10 years of experience in the construction sector, starting as a carpenter and building his way up to board ...

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Tailored space

The working environment is an essential element to work performance, one that can make or break a business. But should the employees fit the environment, or should the environment be tailored to suit the needs of the employees? asks Murray ...

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One in five new workplaces fails to meet employee needs according to Leesman research

‘The Workplace Experience Revolution Part 2: Do new workplaces work’ is the culmination of workplace experience experts, Leesman’s nine-year analysis across 557,959 employee responses in 3,932 workplaces worldwide (data as of 30 June 2019). The first part of the study, ...

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CoreNet Global Summit: Workplace design is the single most important thing to millennials

A survey of young leaders in corporate real estate, What Millennials Want From the Workplace, presented at the CoreNet Global Summit in Amsterdam, has revealed that workplace design and flexible working are top priorities. Even as Generation Z enters the workplace, ...

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Signed, sealed, delivered

The design brief for courier company Hermes’ new tech hub in Leeds was to create something ‘cool and a little bit different’. Sara Bean visited to see how far the project has succeeded There is every chance that your first ...

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