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The Reality Of Remote Work And Wellness

Evaluating the true impact of remote work on employee well-being is key to making more effective decisions about work arrangements.

Resimercial Design Balances Comfort and Sustainability in the Office

Spectorgroup’s Dexter Tinapay and Steven South share a few ways to incorporate elements of home into the office to promote productivity and a healthier workplace.

WTF is Happening to the Office: Episode 1 Part 2 with Rex Miller

In part two of his conversation, Rex stresses the importance of why leadership needs to adapt to the changing business landscape by looking both inward and outward. Learn about the new skills managers must develop to be better equipped to handle the social and emotional needs of their teams. 

Redefining the Workplace for a Remote-First Workforce

Debra Breslow of Meyer Design shares how to blend remote-first and in-person collaboration in a way that supports employee health and workplace culture. 

Navigating The Complexity Of The Hybrid Workplace Design Process

Stantec's Michelle Reyman explores how to manage the variety of specialists we often rely on to develop a cohesive hybrid workplace experience.

Net Positive Energy For People

Stantec's David Martin explores how the office could send us home energized and inspired. No place, perhaps, was quite so disrupted by the COVID 19...

2023 Trends: The Regenerative Workplace

During 2023, JLL's Peter Miscovich says leading organizations will embrace a powerful, refreshing new concept: the Regenerative Workplace.

Wellness in the “New” Workplace

Gensler's Sharon Steinberg shares some key considerations to creating a fully inclusive and supportive workplace with wellness as the focus.

Wellness in the Workplace: Burnout from the blurred lines of work and home

Stantec's Heidi Dunn shares how to prevent employee burnout and keep company culture alive with choice and design.

The Essential Design Attributes of Workplace Terraces

As COVID has highlighted our everyday understanding of the health and safety of outdoor spaces, Jeffrey Paine of Duda|Paine Architects explores how designers can effectively create them. 

Wellness in the workplace: missing connections with colleagues

As we prepare to return to the office, this is our opportunity to create places of work that truly enhance our well-being and invigorate our connections.

How Technology Can Help Create Healthy Buildings

According to the WHO, a healthy building is a space that supports our physical, psychological, and social health and wellbeing.

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