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A new survey explores work-from-home (WFH) experiences and the technology that supported or failed to support remote employees.
New report reveals 74% of employees would consider leaving their job if office health and sustainability expectations go unmet.
2021 Priceline Work-Life Balance Report finds 92% of American employees are planning to vacation to make up for lost travel last year.
As employees begin to make their way back to work, employers will benefit from creating a workplace people are excited to walk into every day.
A new study reveals that employees are more than twice as likely to avoid discussing concerns with remote colleagues.
Many organizations are adopting a hybrid way of working, giving employees more autonomy and flexibility around where or how they work.
AICPA survey finds a rise in remote work adds pressure to reconfigure office space, but long-term leases limit changes for now.
New study of the COVID-19 American Workforce reveals that employees like working remotely; employers cite greater workforce productivity, increasing diversity still a concern.
Thousands of Schneider Electric employees across the U.S. will have access to Upflex’s network of more than 2,100 coworking spaces.
Tampa, Miami, and Raleigh top list of U.S. cities where employees often log over eight hours a day at home, finds Robert Half research.
An updated wireless infrastructure provides flexibility for facility management to meet business needs even after COVID-19 is no longer a threat.
While many women are finding support from employers, 62% of survey respondents agree the pandemic is negatively impacting workplace equity.
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.
A new report from Udemy provides a look at the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on American workers and the workplace.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift to remote working as the digital world is finally at a stage where it can support technology like virtual meetings.
A new survey reveals the majority of human resources executives expect the shift toward teleworking to continue, even one year after COVID-19 substantially subsides.
Facility professionals are evaluating long-term impacts from the pandemic shutdown. Some are exploring concepts and designs for the post-recovery office.
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.
In an attempt to balance employee needs with financial realities, organizations are employing a variety of approaches to time-off policies in response to COVID-19.
Coworking spaces have challenges many traditional offices don't, such as lack of privacy, limited space, distractions, and security issues.
Nearly two-thirds of American knowledge workers believe traditional offices will be obsolete by 2030, according to Zapier report.
A new Citrix study explores how location impacts job satisfaction and success, and the role that flexible and remote work can play in enhancing both.
By 2028, 73 percent of all departments will have remote workers, according to Upwork's third annual Future Workforce Report.
A recent survey from Robert Half shows that professionals want more choices when it comes to when — and where — they work.