Nearly 60% of companies currently mandate or encourage more time in-office for employees, according to the 2024 VTS Global Workplace Report.
According to a new workplace study from FM:Systems, business leaders want employees back in the office full-time.
Despite economic woes, 82% of leaders invested in their physical workspaces in 2022 with the trend expected to continue through 2023.
Want to avoid the annual spike in unplanned absences after Super Bowl LVII? Being more open, flexible might be the key.
Study finds business leaders consider reducing real estate expenses a top priority, along with investing in a workspace aligned with their organization's culture.
The June 2022 issue focuses on revitalizing workspace with an eye on productivity, emergency preparedness, minimizing security risks, and energy management.
Today’s innovations are making tomorrow’s workplace more digital while enhancing the human experience.
Nine out of 10 full-time U.S. employees believe their boss trusts them to get their job done regardless of where and when they do their work, according to a national survey.
Changing styles in desks and chairs show broader shifts in how people work.
Facility management professionals have a hand in many, if not all, of the developments highlighted by CoreNet Global's latest research.
Drawing on insight from a several arenas, the report focuses on what employees want in various aspects of their organizations.
A recent survey by CoreNet Global and Microsoft examines Alternative Workplace Strategies (AWS).