Don’t Hide the Fruit, and Other Industry News

Image courtesy of Natalie Grasso.
Image courtesy of Natalie Grasso.
  • IA shares five simple ways to promote wellness at work, the first of which seems like a no-brainer, until you start counting how many mini Snickers you ate instead of like, grapes, because grapes weren’t even an option: “Offer fresh fruit, and instead of stashing it in the refrigerator, make it visible and readily accessible to everyone at anytime.”
  • Wired takes a closer look at the demise of Homejoy and what it means for the future of the sharing economy: “[A]s [it] becomes a favorite talking point in early presidential campaign stops—Hillary Clinton promising to crack down on the misclassification of workers; Jeb Bush riding shotty in Ubers like he’s the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air—it seems reasonable to assume that these issues will only get messier.”
  • Bisnow outlines the three biggest tech trends transforming real estate. First up: radical mobility. “Though working face-to-face with others will likely never become obsolete, companies are going to be looking for much more adaptable real estate frameworks as a way of managing both flexibility in the workforce and the diversity of working habits.”
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