Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

It takes courage to be yourself. But if we try and embrace what makes us unique at work – everybody wins, says Katinka Magnussen

Opinion
27 June 2022

What is burnout and why does it matter?

Why the World Health Organization is so concerned about burnout and what you need to know

Opinion
23 June 2022

The country with the happiest workforce also has high levels of trust and equality in staff

Trust, equality and diversity are key to maintaining a happy workforce with an effective work-life balance

Opinion
21 June 2022

Wellness is too big to be ignored — so why aren’t we paying it more attention?

The president of the BCO, Paul Patenall, talks about designing workplaces with wellbeing in mind

Opinion
20 June 2022

How to eat yourself happy at work

Does what you eat affect your mood? Holistic nutritional therapist Sophie Higgins shares her thoughts with OnOffice

Opinion
17 June 2022
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The School of Life reveals the 20 soft skills you need to succeed at work

The School of Life’s The Emotionally Intelligent Office champions a move away from traditional hard skills in favour of a more soft skillset

Opinion
16 June 2022

The impact of hospitality on the office

Why are our office spaces increasingly influenced by hospitality and what can we expect next? James White, co-founder of MAWD interior architects, walks us through his vision for taking office space to the next level

Opinion
13 May 2022
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How tech drives office evolution

Morgan Lovell’s head of design looks at how the office evolved along with contemporary technology – and what is yet to come

Opinion
6 May 2022
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Supporting staff to manage menopause

Organisations are breaking the taboos to talk, listen and understand more about menopause

Opinion
5 May 2022
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Long Read: MK Leung on how to build a future-ready workplace

Treehouse, an eco-conscious workplace concept by Ronald Lu & Partners, aims to reconnect the relationship between humanity and nature

Architecture
27 April 2022
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5 ideas for positive tech practices

Technology can be an incredible tool if you manage it. Kaye Preston, Founder of Designers Mind, shares her top tips with OnOffice

Opinion
26 April 2022
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Managing burnout in the A&D industry

Many in the architecture industry suffer from burnout. Professionals have reported struggling with unrealistic deadlines, compressed schedules and long hours, alongside inadequate fees and poor remuneration

Opinion
4 April 2022
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How community gardening impacts health and wellbeing

Eleanor Brough of Sarah Wigglesworth Architects will be exploring the benefits of collective gardening on the 13th April at [email protected]

Opinion
30 March 2022
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Five top tips to help employees adopt healthier diets

When it comes to what people eat and drink, companies need to offer alternative dishes and encourage employees to make healthier choices

Opinion
23 March 2022
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How designers can create office spaces that encourage employee wellbeing

The director of Assael Architecture examines post-Covid working practices and how to do things better

Opinion
21 March 2022

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