Industry News: Design An Office That People Want To Come Back To

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

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  • The workplace trends that accelerated during the pandemic aren’t going away. Harvard Business Review shares why companies should use this moment to improve office environments in a way that boosts employee engagement and well-being, thereby encouraging attendance, increasing retention, and attracting new talent.
  • NPR reports the architect behind Googleplex now says it’s ‘dangerous’ to work at such a posh office.
  • Suburban headquarters are being redesigned to add more amenities that will integrate better with their communities and attract the skilled workers, says The New York Times.
  • Forbes shares real estate billionaire Sam Zell has predicted that office space will recover much more quickly than retail properties from their current pandemic levels.
  • ArchDaily asks: where is architecture going after the pandemic fades?
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