Managing And Designing Workplaces In A Pandemic: How Covid-19 Is Changing Expectations In The Office
- A new report commissioned by office design consultancy, Peldon Rose, reveals that the pandemic will increase considerations in office design around wellbeing
- The report finds that 84% of business leaders still think that a physical workplace contributes to instilling vision and purpose to employees
- The survey data was collected in conjunction with workplace strategy and employee engagement specialists WKspace
A new report, released by workplace design consultancy, Peldon Rose, takes a look at the changing expectations in office design, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. “The Office of the Future” report, commissioned in conjunction with workplace strategy and employee engagement specialists, WKspace, examines the impact of the pandemic on employee wellbeing, the changing priorities of occupants - and what this means for the future of workplace design.
DHF (Door & Hardware Federation), is highlighting the importance of safety – and legal responsibilities – for owners of automated products through a series of free two-hour Zoom seminars. The first seminar, held on 23rd September, and delivered by DHF’s Senior Training and Compliance Officer, Nick Perkins, offered a guide for owners and managers of industrial doors, garage doors, powered gates and traffic barriers, including vehicle/loading bay doors, and vertically acting shutters over pedestrian access areas.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is announcing the launch of a new Hub for members in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The launch event, which is taking place virtually, includes contributions from John MacLennan of the Scottish Construction Innovation Centre, Caroline Gumble, the CIOB’s CEO, LDN Architects’ Stuart MacKellar, currently involved in the restoration of Inverness Castle, and Hub committee member Sharon Barrie of the Highland Council.
Sodexo was named winner in three categories at the prestigious IWFM Awards on Tuesday evening. In all three categories Sodexo and its client organisations, Diageo, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and the University of Greenwich were recognised for delivering excellence in workplace experience, collaboration and in the special 2020 category Covid-19 response award for adapting to new realities.