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.