Industry News: What happens to workplace perks when no-one’s in the office?

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

  • Drinks on tap, rock-climbing walls, gourmet cafeterias – perks are a hallmark of many desirable workplaces. But, reports the BBC, when workers are not in the office to actually enjoy them, companies are being forced to reevaluate their incentives and work culture.
  • Fast Company shares what the office will look like in 2022 along with four major trends that will become common in the coming years.
  • Deryl McKissack of McKissack & McKissack shares via Forbes 11 ways to revamp your office for workplace health now and post-COVID-19.
  • There is a certain status attached to working in a headquarters building in a large metropolitan area in some sectors, says Globe St. Find out where they think the hub and spoke office model may falter.
  • Don’t count out office buildings yet. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that local developers are pushing ahead with new, pandemic-resistant designs.
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