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Workplace Trends
  • New Partnership With Audiem

    Workplace Trends is delighted to announce a new partnership with workplace experience analytics platform Audiem. Audiem joins our list of current sponsors, EMCOR UK, MillerKnoll, Saint-Gobain Ecophon and Workplace Unlimited. Directors Ian Ellison and Chris Moriarty also host the Workplace Geeks Podcast, which has come on board as a media partner. They join our existing […]

  • Disruptive Sustainability – A Radical New Model for Corporate Climate Action

    Our Net Zero Workplace Conference took place earlier this month. We were lucky enough to welcome Georgia Elliott-Smith of Element Four as our keynote speaker. The synopsis she gave us ahead of the event – “Despite our corporate sustainability policies, the planet is now at the point of climate and ecological crisis. It’s time to […]

  • Translating Research to Practice: Evidence-Based Design for Workplaces and Offices of the Future.

    Guest post by University of Leeds Business School and Atkins.  The world of work has recently faced numerous challenges, following the introduction of new and alternative ways of working in response to post-pandemic working patterns and pressures to address wider changes related to contemporary work cultures. In this context, the use of evidence-based approaches is […]

  • In Pictures – Workplace Trends Research Summit 2022

    150+ attendees, virtual and in person, had an informative and sociable day discovering how the latest workplace research can be applied for practical benefit. at last week’s Research Summit. Huge thanks to Vanessa Champion, Journal of Biophilic Design, for these images.

  • Are we enjoying our 4 day week so far?

    Workers across the UK and USA are largely currently enjoying a well-earned four day week after Monday's May and Memorial Day bank holidays. How does that feel? Our guess is most employees are fans of the concept and would love to see it rolled out permanently. At our recent Workplace Trends Research Summit we were [...]READ MORE
  • Health & Safety Law – Duties to Protect Staff & Visitors from Covid-19 in their Workplaces

    At last October’s Workplace Trends Conference we were delighted to welcome Simon Joyston-Bechal of Turnstone Law to our virtual stage.   Simon has over 25 years’ experience as a solicitor. Specialising in regulatory defence, he is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading health & safety lawyers. Having previously qualified as a doctor, he is […]

  • Ensuring Employees Are Happy When Returning to Work

    It’s been a tough year for businesses across the globe, with the number of people working from home rising from 21% to 25% in October, and tighter lockdowns only strengthening this trend. By the same token, the news that Pfizer’s vaccine is 90% effective has given the stock market a major boost, indicating that the world […]

  • 5 Tech Giants Showing Confidence in the Office Space Market

    You’ll have a difficult job browsing content platforms nowadays without coming across articles focusing on – or at least alluding in some way to – the working from home revolution. A whole host of companies, including Twitter, have announced that they will allow staff to continue WFH permanently if they wish, following its success throughout lockdown. […]

  • The Attendee Experience With Our Hopin Virtual Conference

    Ahead of our Workplace Trends: Success in Uncertain Times virtual conference (15 October 2020) on the Hopin Platform, one of our founders, Maggie Procopi, recorded this short orientation video as a show-round for attendees. 

  • Biomimicry — Not all sharkskins and honeycombs

    Over recent years at our Workplace Trends Conferences, we’ve been lucky enough to welcome leading lights Michael Pawlyn and later Richard James MacCowan to speak on biomimicry, as well as Bill Browning and Oliver Heath on biophilia. They enthralled audiences with tales of how the natural world can solve human problems through design solutions (biomimicry) […]