Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
Inc. shares how architects and designers are rethinking the workspace for the age of coronavirus.
Landlords and tenants alike prep for new normal of how offices will change, reports the LA Business Journal.
As coronavirus continues to spread across the world, Pandaily says many companies, from Google, Facebook to Alibaba, and Baidu, are asking their employees to continue to work-from-home as part of their social distancing response to the crisis.
The National Law Review shares some practices and precautions for commercial landlords for reopening after COVID-19.
Frame reports on how COVID-19 could impact workplace design from open plan to open air.
Industry Announcement: Don’t miss the latest episode of iOffice’s Workplace Innovator podcastwhere Mike Petrusky chats with HOK’s Kay Sargent about what the post-pandemic workplace may bring. Kay offers some sage advice to companies making return to work plans and gives an overview of design solutions that may be put into place as workplaces are re-configured to meet the needs for a safe, healthy environment in our post-pandemic world.