Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
As companies toy around with the idea of a four-day workweek, Forbes says CRE leaders must find innovative ways to attract new tenants by giving them what they want: flexibility and stability.
Office occupancy rates have hit their highest levels since March 2020, reports Workplace Insight.
In the possible near future when hybrid arrangements become normal and many workers split their time between home-like offices and office-like homes, The Atlantic shares why the distinction between work and home life will become almost meaningless.
As a new digital economy fueled by technological innovation emerges, This Day asks: are employees still the most vital asset in the workplace?
From office to workspace – HR News explores why how we work post pandemic will create further changes to the real estate market.
The Irish Times reports that there will be no mad rush back to the office, according to the owner of a remote coworking hub.