Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
As people adapt to the new style of working, She Matters believes it is critical to embrace the new ‘rules’ or tenets for the new workspace.
It’s not only coffee shops and coworking spaces that are capitalizing on the start-up culture, but high-design hotels are becoming quite the hotspot for the freelancing force, reports Forbes.
Nine times out of 10, a company looking to attract new talent will choose to pay a premium for a better employee experience. But, asks Commercial Observer, what’s going to happen when the inevitable downturn hits?
Interior design of the future will be about so much more than smart tech devices, says OnOffice.
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Matthew Savarick, Team Wellbeing and Performance Lead, Headspace
Rohan Silva, Co-Founder, Second Home and former senior policy advisor to Prime Minister, David Cameron