Our weekly roundup of workplace news from around the web.
From the New York Times: “It might not seem that Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump have much in common. But they share something important with each other and with a whole lot of their fellow citizens. Both are job seekers. And at ages 68 and 70, respectively, they’re part of a large group of Americans who are radically upending the concept of retirement.”
Gensler‘s 2016 Workplace Survey is out, with lots of new numbers on the link between the workplace and innovation.
A competitor for WeWork? From Fast Company: “While plenty of smaller companies offer coworking in a myriad of flavors—focusing, for instance, on designers or startups—they’re not a significant threat to WeWork’s business. No Dunkin’ Donuts has emerged. A bigger potential problem for WeWork as it strives to live up to its $16 billion valuation would be if the landlords and companies it works with build their own hip office spaces. [But] [a] new outlet created by two of WeWork’s former employees aims to help landlords and corporations do just that.”