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A recent 4SITE survey found two major takeaways regarding the return to the office: employee health and safety, and office space efficiency.
New report reveals 74% of employees would consider leaving their job if office health and sustainability expectations go unmet.
AICPA survey finds a rise in remote work adds pressure to reconfigure office space, but long-term leases limit changes for now.
Thousands of Schneider Electric employees across the U.S. will have access to Upflex’s network of more than 2,100 coworking spaces.
Cargotecture is the architectural practice of using and refurbishing old shipping containers and transforming them into various habitable structures
Eighty-two percent of business executives say their companies will not be reducing office space in the coming year, according to a new AICPA survey.
As the COVID-19 crisis subsides, we can expect a different workplace than the one we left behind. Here are four ways the coronavirus is changing the office space and the way we work.
Keeping up to date on office trends is smart business as companies work to attract talent and increase employee satisfaction.
Four in 10 office workers spend up to 60 minutes every week searching for available desks, conference rooms, or colleagues, finds a new Senion survey.
Smaller tenants looking for less than 5,000 square feet represent 80% of the office market, generally take the same amount of a rep’s time,...
Office rents moving upward in more than 50% of the country.
Strong demand amid dwindling supply in London's West End pushes rents up by 5%; London confirms its position as the world's most expensive office market for the second consecutive year. Hong Kong ranks second after losing top spot to London last year for the first time since 2008; global office rents increase by 3% overall.
When MSNBC workplace and career columnist Eve Tahmincioglu began her recent story on corporate layoffs resulting in “cubicle graveyards” full of unused office space, she looked to the International Facility Management Association for research to back up her claims.