Industry News: How Companies Are Trying to Coax Workers Back to the Office

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

Nicholas Cervantes Jr. and Leta Selmanovic attending to the bees on a terrace of 730 Third Avenue, an office tower in Manhattan. Credit–Hilary Swift for The New York Times
  • The New York Times reports that the latest perks to get employees back include harvesting honey and digging in the dirt, part of a growing effort to give employees access to fresh air, sunlight and plants.
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  • A recent survey predicts that one quarter of America’s malls and department stores will close over the next five years. Surface Magazine asks: what will happen to the shells they leave behind?
  • With an article originally published Jan. 30, 1983, The Seattle Times gives us a look at the troubles of working from home in the 1980s.
  • Facilities Net shares five winning strategies for your post-pandemic office playbook.
  • The Guardian shares a workplace in Bucharest filled with anti-virus innovations that could become the new normal in office design.
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