The Workplace is Becoming More Spacious and Less Formal, and Other Industry News
Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
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Today’s offices allow more space for collaborative work activities, according to a new report from architectural and interior design firm Ted Moudis Associates (TMA). Learn more about the report from HR Dive.
Today’s workplace often contains five generations working together, reports The Registry. This shift has caused project managers, facility managers, brokers and architects to think differently about their roles.
DisruptCRE reports on the “growing up” trend in the culture of tech workplaces, driven by factors such as the high cost of renting and owning offices, finding the best use for given areas, and a workforce that is beginning to prioritize health, life balance, and professionalism over college-style fun.
An increasing number of small and medium business owners are recognizing the benefits of allowing their staff to work remotely, according to a survey from Dale Office Interiors.
Little did Elise know that her first job, in the facilities department at Ralston Purina, while obtaining her M. Arch at Washington University, in St. Louis would foreshadow where her career would lead. She has always been a strong advocate for providing the best possible spaces for people to work – where aesthetics meet function and drive business success.