Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
Commuters in the CTA Blue Line station platform at Chicago Avenue on July 18, 2018. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)
- The Chicago Tribune reports that wellness experts believe relaxing morning commutes are attainable, and share a few tips to help adjust your morning commute routine.
- During the design of their new headquarters, every one of the 500 Gusto employees was offered a choice from a variety of spaces, both open and enclosed, public or private, and more. Frame shares the amazing results of the San Francisco workspace.
- As many companies are ripping down their walls to encourage collaboration, Entrepreneur considers research that says doing so doesn’t always achieve this outcome.
- Facility Executive breaks down Capital One’s 2018 Work Environment Survey results which found that the 3,500 respondents across the country value flexibility and design, particularly when evaluating whether to stay at their current job or considering a new employment opportunity.
- A design firm in India, reports The Hindu, has unveiled a large biowall at its ‘Opus’ project, a LEED Gold pre-certified Grade-A commercial office space, that will help keep office interiors cooler.