Eric Adams, mayor of New York City, asked CEOs to bring their workers back to Manhattan high-rises so they spend money and boost the local economy.
Allowing dogs into the workplace can help wellbeing. But as Henry Sands, managing director of Sabi Strategy found out, it can also be a distraction.
The difference is only about nine minutes per day, but it adds up to real time savings over the course of a week — not to mention skipping the commute.
Google's new $1 billion London office will be complete with campfire spaces, outdoor covered working areas, and quiet zones for employees.
Kathryn Wylde, CEO of the Partnership for New York City, told Insider it will take years before the city reaches pre-pandemic levels of office work.
Google is betting that lush garden rooftops, birds, and honey harvests will attract the next generation of talent at its newly purchased NYC office.
New York-based Room specializes in prefab modular office pods. Now, it's creating a room specifically built for Zoom calls.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon annoyed company executives after he moved their offices closer to everyday employees to encourage accessibility.
Uber employees will be able to return to offices on January 10, 2022, a spokesperson said. The return date was originally planned for September.
A KPMG study suggests that many CEOs are reversing their plans to cut their office space, but that doesn't mean an end to hybrid working.
"It's expected to feel more tired as you adjust to new routines, even if they're 'old' pre-pandemic routines," says Dr. Rachelle Scott.
Virtual workspaces don't do anything to make working any better. Companies will just use them to make sure you're working nonstop.
Whether you're searching for a new job or re-entering the office, everyone's work-life is changing this year.
"I try not to speak to or engage on anonymous reports or anonymous sources," Psaki said when asked about the reports on Harris' office.
"Just because we did it doesn't mean we're going to do it again," Devika Bulchandani, CEO of Ogilvy, said.
"I was tired of being stuck in the vicious cycle of San Francisco rent," 32-year-old tech worker Erica Horn told Insider.
Goldman Sachs said it "strongly encourages" getting a COVID-19 shot, but that it's a "personal" choice.
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