Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.
In the era of freelance jobs, eLearning and technology trends, Modern Restaurant Managementreports that opportunistic restaurant owners and managers are seeing that their eatery’s downtime can be a profit center.
On Office shares some of the biggest challenges that future workplaces pose for architects.
How can supergraphics be used to brighten up public spaces such as offices, hospital wards, school halls, and community centers? Design Week explores.
Privacy is important to younger generations of workers. Chicago Tribune reports that designers are drawing inspiration from a surprising place: the phone booth, an obsolete space most members of Gen Z have probably never entered.
Sponsored Industry Announcement: The Cuningham Group’s new hires bring extensive design and planning expertise to the international firm. Their recent new hire (and WDM author) Gary Miciunas has joined the team as the Associate Principal, National Workplace Director. Gary brings a rich background in workplace innovation and change management. With extensive experience helping executive leadership teams reimagine their work environments to improve their employer brand and employee experience, he will lead Cuningham Group’s Workplace studio.