Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
Pittsburgh Business Times shares why businesses should consider changes that will allow returning workers to feel safer, following months spent working from home under threat from exposure to the coronavirus.
A new report find that hybrid work has companies facing a new set of office occupancy challenges, says Boston Real Estate Times.
Google is pushing back when it’s requiring workers to head back to their offices past Jan. 10, reports the Commercial Observer. This is the latest in a series of delays for the tech conglomerate’s return to work.
To reduce noise, Bloomberg CityLab says cities need new sensor technology that can tell the difference between a dog barking, a garbage truck and a revving motorcycle engine.
GlobeSt.com reports environmentally conscious space has become a key demand by tenants.