Four insights from the workplace of the future

Woods Bagot’s Workplace Interiors Global Leader has been helping companies adjust to the post-Covid landscape

Opinion
16 September 2021

5 ways houseplants support health and wellbeing at work

Fed by Instagram trends, millennials, and the recent lockdown, indoor gardening has been enjoying a major boost in popularity

Opinion
13 September 2021

The most productive colours to paint your home working space

The colour of your space can have a big impact on your productivity, mood, and mindset throughout the workday

Opinion
10 September 2021

Revealed: UK’s best workplaces for women in 2021

Great Place to Work UK has just unveiled its 2021 list of Best Workplaces for Women

Opinion
1 September 2021

How can diversity and inclusion become more than just buzzwords, but a new way of thinking?

Gabrielle Bullock, director of global diversity at design and architecture firm Perkins&Will, explains how the profession has an opportunity for a reset after decades of inequality and slow progress. This must become a movement, she says

Architecture
31 August 2021

Will this be London’s healthiest office tower?

Newly approved sustainable office tower, Edge London Bridge, will be an all-electric building with no fossil fuel or gas supply, putting it at the cutting-edge of low carbon design

Architecture
26 August 2021

Mad about music: A third of office workers argue over the office playlist

61% of offices don’t permit music, according to a study by Office Furniture Online, despite over half of employees being in favour

Opinion
5 August 2021

Accessibility in the workplace must cater for all disabilities

Accessibility in the workplace has never been more prominent on the agenda as we look to return to hybrid or office-based working

Opinion
3 August 2021

Design key to rejuvenating out-of-town business parks

Why designers play a vital role in rejuvenating our deteriorating, out-of-town business parks for the long-term

Opinion
29 July 2021

Younger workers likely to change jobs if forced to work in-office every day

Generation Y is pro-remote work and more likely to challenge traditional office life

Opinion
22 July 2021

Research by Office Furniture Online reveals exactly what employees will miss most about WFH

Lie-ins, peace and quiet, and working in our pyjamas are top of the list - what can employers do to ease the return to the office?

Opinion
20 July 2021

What are the most prized employee benefits in 2021?

When it comes to finding the right job, there are multiple factors to consider

Opinion
12 July 2021

Promoting workplace wellbeing with dedicated wellness rooms

Wellness in the workplace is just as much of an individual journey as it is an employer-driven mission. And the tools, ideas, and freedom to encourage wellness practices starts with your space

Opinion
8 July 2021

Research finds design is one of the most dog-friendly industries to work in

As more than two in five UK employees are interested in bringing their furry friend into the office, Compare The Market has revealed the UK's top 5 most dog-friendly industries to work in

Opinion
7 July 2021

The four-day week: Two thirds of the British public want shorter working week

A recent poll has found that nearly two thirds of the public, including 55% of Conservative voters, want Boris Johnson to pilot a four-day working week with no loss of pay for workers

Opinion
6 July 2021

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