What Makes a Workplace Human, and Other News

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A rendering of what will be ASID’s new open, light-filled headquarters. They’re on track to be D.C.’s first WELL-certified space. Image via bizjournals.com, courtesy of Perkins + Will and ASID.
  • Forbes on creating more “human” workplaces: “A Human Workplace is any workplace where the statement ‘People power our success, so people come first here’ is both non-controversial and true. In a Human Workplace people talk about how they’re doing and how they’re feeling. They say things like ‘I’m not sure’ and ‘You crushed that presentation!’ and ‘What do you think?'”
  • Science of Us with a simple tip to help you stop obsessing over work when you’re at home.
  • The Washington Business Journal reports that ASID‘s new headquarters could be D.C.’s first WELL-certified space.
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