Workplaces adapting to evolving business practices with employee-centred changes
Offices which have good green credentials, have close proximity to public transport and which can improve our overall health and wellbeing are some of the requirements from the workplace that employees are now expecting
Cities have been the beating heart of civilisation for centuries. From the first purpose-based office of 1726 and the rapid urbanisation that followed, the workplace has always formed a central part of the success of the city. It is well recognised that since Covid-19, it is not business as usual, but the business of change.
Where this ultimately lands, no one knows but key trends we have seen this year to date give an indication ...