Designing Offices Where Privacy Doesn’t Compromise Safety, And Other Industry News

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

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  • Harvard Business Review poses several questions that they think about as designers who are interested in creating spaces that are safe for everyone who works in them.
  • How is the gig economy shaping the commercial real estate sector? Forbes explains.
  • Could hot desking be doing more harm than good? The Register reports that employees are spending two weeks a year looking for seats in open-plan offices.
  • FastCompany shares tips for designing offices that are good for workers, from companies where some or most of the employees are remote.
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