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Elise Shapiro is a contributing editor. Little did she know that her first job, in the facilities department at Ralston Purina, while obtaining her M. Arch at Washington University, in St. Louis would foreshadow where her career would lead. She has always been a strong advocate for providing the best possible spaces for people to work – where aesthetics meet function and drive business success.

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

  • Inclusive design also means understanding and providing for cognitive differences, shares Fast Company. It’s not that hard to rethink office norms that will benefit everyone.
  • Companies are coming to terms with a new reality of how work gets done, reports the Washington Post. But one big question remains: What should the future office look like post pandemic?
  • The Boston Globe shares how firms that signed big leases right before COVID are trying to design an office worth coming back to.
  • Soundproof pods were all the rage before the pandemic hit, as they offered a quick solution to create quiet bubbles in open offices. Now that Covid-19 revolutionized the office concept, Domus asks: will they still have a chance?
  • Inc. shares why leaders offering hybrid work should practice what they preach.
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