Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
Coworking is rebounding from its pandemic slump, reports Curbed, but spaces are no longer even trying to sell us on the idea that sitting in their shiny Wi-Fi-equipped chambers is aspirational.
ArchDaily shares why neurodiversity and biophilia are the keys to the future of the workplace post-pandemic.
Take an inside look at how some of the Duke University staff and faculty get creative with their home offices.
With only 16 percent of people wanting to return to the office full time, People Management explains why employee wellbeing will be key to effective flexible working.
Gone are the days of one downtown headquarters. Modern companies are moving towards a hub-and-spoke model with one central office hub and smaller spokes—or satellite offices for employees. Forbes asks: why is this the office of the future?