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Biomimicry: Not Just Sharkskins and Honeycombs

In our series of guest blogs by speakers and supporters of our up-coming Workplace Trends Autumn Conference in London: People, Place, Performance, conference manager Maggie Procopi discusses biomimicry and biophilia, which have been engaging topics of discussion at recent conferences. Over recent years at our Workplace Trends Conferences we’ve been lucky enough to welcome Michael Pawlyn and later … Continue reading Biomimicry: Not Just Sharkskins and Honeycombs

Workplace Trends 2018 London: The value it adds for me

Further in our series of guest blogs by speakers and supporters of our up-coming Workplace Trends Autumn Conference in London: People, Place, Performance, top workplace recruiter James Saunders looks at the benefits for him of attending the conference.  Workplace Trends London 2018 is fast approaching and I’m already looking forward to it. Last year it was … Continue reading Workplace Trends 2018 London: The value it adds for me

Why You Should Know About Visual Ergonomics

Continuing our series of guest blogs by speakers and supporters of our up-coming Workplace Trends Autumn Conference in London: People, Place, Performance, Durable's Jonathan Brune introduces the concept of Visual Ergonomics. Mega-trends like increasing digitisation, individualisation and urbanisation are rapidly changing the way we work. For example, it is no longer necessary to work in … Continue reading Why You Should Know About Visual Ergonomics

Innovative Perks Employers Are Offering To Hold Onto Their Millennial Workforce

60% of millennial employees plan to leave their company by 2020, according to a survey by Deloitte. Unlike their older counterparts whose challenges would generally be solved by a salary increase, the problems of millennials are not largely salary-related. In a bid to hold onto their millennial employees, companies are offering more and more perks. The good news … Continue reading Innovative Perks Employers Are Offering To Hold Onto Their Millennial Workforce

I know you’ve heard it all before, but not everyone has.

Continuing our series of guest blogs by speakers and supporters of our up-coming Workplace Trends Autumn Conference in London: People, Place, Performance, Herman Miller's Mark Catchlove asks, "Have you heard it all before?" (Looking at our programme we don't think so!) Agile Working, The Future of Work, The Generations at Work, Social Capital in The Workplace, … Continue reading I know you’ve heard it all before, but not everyone has.