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Connecting spaces

Janet Lowe of Forbo Flooring Systems discusses the role of flooring in creating office environments conducive to communication and collaboration In 2017, workplace absence cost the UK economy £18 billion in lost productivity, according to the Centre of Economic and ...

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All is well

Landsec’s new HQ office takes a multi-pronged approach to promoting staff wellbeing, from facilitating active working to providing healthy food that people want to eat When property company Landsec relocated its head office to one of its best-known developments, Cardinal ...

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All our own work

Mitie Group’s new office at the Shard is not just a cool workplace, it’s a showcase for the company’s connected workspace strategy. Sara Bean went to take a look In February 2018, Mitie Group plc moved into the iconic Shard ...

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Superfast office move

When the timescale of HCI Supplies’ head office move suddenly halved, the Perth-based cleaning equipment and janitorial supplier found Anchorpoint Interiors was the only company that could meet their fit-out deadline. The specialist workspace design and outfitters, part of the ...

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KI furniture helps create agile, flexible workspace at Philips’ new UK HQ

Staff at Philips’ UK HQ have successfully transitioned to their new agile working environment, a culmination of many months of research and preparation. Located in Guildford adjacent to the company’s former offices, the new facilities achieve 30% greater density while ...

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A Rewarding Move

Reward Gateway is a leading employee engagement platform that delivers benefits like reward and recognition, and communications solutions to attract and retain key talent. They have over 1,200 clients including household names American Express, Groupon, Yahoo!, IBM and McDonald’s yet ...

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App Generation redefining the workplace of the future

The imminent arrival of today’s teenagers into the workplace will initiate an office space revival that challenges current trends on home working, but sees desktop computers and landline phones banished to the store room, according to new research from business ...

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New study by BCO and Savills reveals what workers want

While many workers seek flexibility in where and how they work, new research from the British Council of Offices (BCO) in partnership with Savills has revealed that working from home has become less appealing. In the third edition of What ...

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