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Patrick Ames, Director of Claremont suggests we need to look to individual personas to create ergonomic, desirable and efficient workplaces After 20 months of unprecedented change – businesses are fast realising the need to reinvent the workplace. The saying ‘we’re ...

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The wheel’s turning

Ann Clarke, Director of The Future Workplace at nationwide workplace consultancy and interior design business Claremont, suggests the Hub and Spoke office could be the future of the workplace Just over a year ago – the world wondered if the ...

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Virtual reality

One of COVID-19’s most significant legacies will be the reimagining of our collective experience of work – starting with the relationship between the digital and physical workplace. Helen Strother interviewed an interior design and a communications expert to find out ...

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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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