From HBR: “A creative work life requires social relationships and serendipitous interactions. It requires contending with ideas you don’t agree with. It requires getting up and moving around. As a result, it’s becoming increasingly clear that for many people, working at an office isn’t a relic of a pre-digital age, but a vital element in reaching their creative potential.”
Wharton‘s blog takes a look at religion in the modern workplace and finds that, “in terms of litigation, religion is growing faster than sex and race” in cases regarding discrimination at work.