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Emma Ascott

Emma Ascott is a contributing writer for Allwork.Space based in Phoenix, Arizona. She graduated from Walter Cronkite at Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication in 2021. Emma has written about a multitude of topics, such as the future of work, politics, social justice, money, tech, government meetings, breaking news and healthcare.

How To Actually Get Sh*T Done Working From Home

Allwork.Space shares nine work from home tips and some helpful products that will make your days more productive.

What’s Going On With Office Vacancies?

Allwork.Space shares some perspectives on what’s fueling the increasingly weak CRE market, and what cities are trying to do about it.

3 Pivotal Ways To Foster Workplace Connections

Jamie Hodari, CEO and co-founder of coworking space Industrious, shares three actionable steps to build a sense of community in the workplace with Allwork.Space.

5 Ways Immersive Audio Can Boost Workplace Wellness And Productivity

Immersive audio technology creates a three-dimensional sound experience, enhancing the overall audio environment in an office. Could it help RTO rates?

Climate Quitting And 7 More Reasons Your Company Needs More Sustainable Practices

Corporate environmental policies may be hurting recruitment as younger workers prioritize combating climate change.

5 Steps To Master The Hybrid Work Model

Phil Simon, an expert in workplace collaboration and technology, shares his insights on how to successfully implement a hybrid work model.

How The Rise Of Four-Day Work Weeks Could Reshape The Coworking Industry

Allwork.Space shares how a four-day work week has the potential to accelerate the demand for coworking spaces.

Establish An Effective Hybrid Work Environment In 6 Steps

Allwork.Space shares 6 steps to create an effective hybrid work environment that will boost trust, visibility and productivity.

75% Of Business Leaders Lack Data Needed For Crucial CRE Decisions

Three out of four business leaders say they lack utilization and space data to make informed decisions about their commercial real estate/workplace needs, but this is exactly the data that they need in order to retain employees.

Four Days Is Enough

Allwork.Space reports that one new UK study might help convince companies that a four-day workweek is the way of the future.

City-Sized Buildings Are On The Way. How Will The Line Change The Future Of Work?

Construction has started on city-sized building The Line. It could be one of the most advanced, high-tech environments that’s ever been designed, but will it be conducive to work success?

Coworking Spaces Embrace Luxury To Woo New, Stable Clients

WeWork recently announced its Executive Suite launch — a new offering geared toward law offices, corporate clients, and other firms.

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