Swanky Offices Are Not Always An Indicator Of Good Management, And Other Industry News

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

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  • As companies compete to attract the best talent, it seems that there is a stampede to be ‘cool’, which is being spearheaded by the world’s biggest tech companies, says Forbes. But, coolness might not be the surefire recipe for workplace happiness and wellbeing.
  • A relatively recent addition to the ever-growing list of desirable work perks nowadays is a pet-friendly office policy. CommercialCafé has rounded up a list of the 50 most pet-friends co-working spaces in the U.S.
  • In order to keep up with the speed of modern development, companies are tapping the expertise of  architects and designers to develop bespoke offices that foster productivity, innovation, and creativity. Check out Artsy’s list of 7 office spaces that were designed to spark creativity.
  • Inhabitat shares 5 ways Millennials are changing workplace culture and design.
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