Industry News: Outdoor workspaces are having a post-pandemic moment

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

  • In the thick of the pandemic, Digiday reports that fears about working in close quarters had plenty of companies emphasizing their fresh-air digs.
  • As companies shift to hybrid, the purpose of the office has changed. BBC says workers will start seeing different floorplans, functions and technologies.
  • As more of America gets vaccinated, Vanity Fair shares that executives—especially in tech—are facing a conundrum: a scattered workforce, employees enchanted by the WFH lifestyle, and million-dollar campuses standing vacant.
  • Free breakfasts and drink carts: Brisbane Times shares some of the many ways companies are trying to lure staff back into the office.
  • Fast Company believes that companies should partner with small businesses that are underutilized during the day, like restaurants, micro-breweries, and event halls, and use them as local coworking hubs for employees.
  • OnOffice shares the importance of bringing back the element of chance and how to use the office as a communication tool.
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