Posts tagged 'research'

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Wellbeing in the workplace is more than just a buzzword

In the last year or so, wellbeing has emerged as one of the key topics in workplace design. Unfortunately though, it is still common to

Opinion
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Stanton Williams associate Kalpesh Intwala discusses the art of research centre design

OnOffice: Please tell me how Stanton Williams came to design the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children. Kalpesh Intwala: Stanton Williams appointed

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Do new workplaces work?

Change doesn’t come easily. Indeed, research often cited by McKinsey & Company – and countless other groups – suggests that organisations’ change programmes fail to

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Younger workers blurring the lines between work and fun spaces at the office

A nationwide survey has revealed that Generation Z workers, aged 18 to 24 place a much higher premium on their work environment than previous generations.

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5 questions you must answer before redesigning any workplace

Are you satisfied with your workspace? If the answer is no, you’re not alone. 68% of Britain’s workforce feels that their offices are the reason

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No more 9 to 5: two-thirds of employees work remotely every week

The global workforce is more mobile than ever and is forcing a major reassessment of the corporate workplace industry. Recent research by IWG found that

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Nine in ten UK employees work harder because of good coffee

If you rely on a strong cup of coffee on the morning to get you going in the office, you are not alone. Up to

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UK millennials are rejecting potential employers because of uninspiring offices

Millennials in the UK are rejecting work from potential employers due to the poor and ‘uninspiring’ office design, according to a new study. The survey

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Office design trends: ‘Onsite gyms and a beer tap for Fridays won’t cut it’ says CEO

Much has been written recently extolling the virtues of employee-centred workplace design, but there has been very little serious research backing the trend. The result

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Ageing demographics in the workplace

With the average age of the workforce on the rise, the office of the future will be much more multi-generational. Rachel Calton visited the RCA’s

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