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Majority of millennials say they will feel safer returning to offices with real-time indoor air quality (IAQ) information.
A new survey finds Gen Z employees are most productive when working around noise, while Baby Boomers need quiet to get work done.
By 2028, 73 percent of all departments will have remote workers, according to Upwork's third annual Future Workforce Report.
More than a third of millennials use their phones for personal activities up to two hours during the workday, according to a new report from Udemy.
Based on its research and experience, BHDP Architecture finds that the best way to think about Millennials and their impact on workplace design may be to think about them a lot less.
All employees, especially millennials, prefer cell phones for productivity, according to a new survey from Zinwave.
The way we work is changing. Can office design keep pace? Three design leaders from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) share their insights.
Training millennials as well as older employees to reach new heights in the facility management profession requires a new approach.
Millennials will lead the way for small and medium businesses in future conversations and efforts around conservation, energy efficiency, and environmental stewardship, according to the second annual Cox Conserves Sustainability Survey.
Millennials identify working with advanced technology and getting exposure to innovation as key factors they look for when choosing a career. Facility management might provide just the right mix of challenges.
Research by PsychTests.com indicates that while Millennials possess distinct skills and traits that differentiate them from older generations, they still struggle to deal with the stress factor.
As a millennial who has just entered the corporate workforce, I am quite familiar with the challenges of being attracted to—and going through—onboarding, but I'd also like to understand these issues from the facility manager's perspective.