Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
While the end of quarantine and social distancing might not be in sight just yet, our industry has already started to plan for the return to the office post-COVID-19. We’ve rounded up some of the top stories surrounding how to safely make the return and predictions of how things will change.
- Building Design + Construction offers some practical, tactical considerations for reuniting to the office.
- Contact-tracing apps for co-workers, elevator ‘safe zones,’ infrared body temperature scanners – The Washington Post shares how businesses are beginning to reimagine office spaces after the coronavirus.
- ArchDaily explores how workplace technology trends could look in a post-pandemic future.
- According to Robin, there are three top priorities for companies to considering for returning post-COVID-19.
- Working from home could be a lot more permanent than most realize. ZD Net investigates how COVID-19 will change the office as we know it.
- Industry Announcement: Don’t miss ASID’s webinar on Monday, April 27th at 1PM EST to learn how designers can safely and successfully reenter the workplace and how employers can best support their staff through the transition. The panel including WDM Publisher and architect Bob Fox, environmental and evolutionary psychologist Dr. Judith Heerwagen, Mohawk Group’s Jackie Dettmar, and workplace strategist Leigh Stringer will provide insight on the best strategies to create a smart rebound from home to work. Register here!