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As businesses reopen, employers should review and reaffirm their dress policies to ensure pajamas remain worn at home—and not at work.
Based on a June survey, 71% of Americans say they don't plan to download a contact tracing app, citing digital privacy concerns as the main reason.
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.
A new HiveIO study reveals legacy technology reliance cannot efficiently support a remote workforce and protect critical data.
National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions survey of more than 200 employers found 88% have a COVID-19 return-to-work task force in place.
More than half of office professionals who transitioned to a remote setup say they have better work-life balance without a commute, according to new Robert Half research.
Eagle Hill Consulting research finds 53 percent of workers say the availability of coronavirus testing would make them feel safe going back to work; 42 percent want to retain remote work flexibility.
As states start to lift COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, survey reveals CFOs expect changes in workplace safety measures.
Lack of N-95s, masks, face shields threaten workers in healthcare facilities in every state, in every size facility. Only 12% have received supplies from the Strategic National Stockpile.
Approximately 79% of organizations reported already experiencing negative impact of COVID-19, according to a S&P Global Market Intelligence survey.
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.
The first in a bi-monthly series shows how CFOs and finance leaders plan to react to COVID-19, and what impacts they expect to see on their companies.
Coworking spaces have challenges many traditional offices don't, such as lack of privacy, limited space, distractions, and security issues.
75 percent of organizations plan to increase their investment in energy efficiency and smart buildings, according to Johnson Controls' 2019 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey.
Waterlogic survey shows offering access to hot and cold filtered water can increase employee wellbeing and productivity, and keep plastic bottles out of landfills.
While many cities are taking steps to increase energy efficiency and renewable power, only one-fifth include such initiatives in their resilience plans, finds a global survey by ACEEE.
A new building technologies survey from Verdantix reveals spending plans and technology priorities for 2020.
New Facility Management Trends & Insights survey from CORT reveals that employee health and wellness is top-of-mind as facilities continue to explore flexible workspace.
A new office etiquette survey from Accountemps reveals that bad language, pets, and political décor are the biggest workplace offenses.
New report shows that enterprise adoption of AR/VR will hinge on worker acceptance and the influence of consumer technology.
The HVACR community has a positive business outlook heading into 2020, finds the latest AHR Expo and ASHRAE Journal Annual Economic Outlook Survey.
New report from EVERFI finds that negative stress, as well as high rates of toxic and negative culture, are common in the workplace.
Nearly two-thirds of American knowledge workers believe traditional offices will be obsolete by 2030, according to Zapier report.
Many commercial real estate (CRE) executives expect to double commitment to coworking in next five years, according to survey by Cushman & Wakefield and CoreNet Global.
Americans are embracing the ability to use emoji in their written communications at work, as well as in their personal life, according to a new survey.
Recent research from Genesys found that 40% of employers without a written policy on the ethical use of AI/bots believe their companies should have one: 54% of employees agree.
Summer is winding to a close, and students are headed back to school. Will dirty restrooms create a negative impression of their school and its leaders?