Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
- Fast Company shares an unscientific but research-backed list of predictions that look at conscious capitalism and other concepts that are gaining traction at companies large and small.
- TikTok’s new L.A. office features a fully open floor plan along with conference rooms, private phone booths, a stadium-style presentation and gathering space, and terraces to for indoor/outdoor work. Check out the full tour from Variety.
- Hotels are missing out as the demand for instant booking for meeting grows, reports Skift.
- Quartz shares how WeWork’s competitors are out to prove they won’t be the next WeWork.
- Industry Announcement:
Herman Miller announced that they are the first furniture company to join the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) as a participant in the WELL Portfolio program, which allows them to apply a variety of strategies from the WELL Building Standard across their global portfolio of buildings.