Open Offices Could Be Making You Healthier, and Other Industry News

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

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  • There are many strikes against open office plans. But, reports Fast Company, a new study suggests there is one very good reason to embrace them: It’s making you healthier.
  • What does the future of work look like? OnOffice recently asked this question to an unsuspected audience – a group of 50 children.
  • By 2025, millennials are expected to dominate the workforce by a solid 75 percent. The Signal explores how this will effect the evolution of the workplace.
  • There are many misconceptions about sustainable office design—with one of the most common myths being that they can’t be good looking. Eco Watch shares three key tips to design a beautiful, sustainable office.
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