In The Loop: WeWork Ditches Unlimited Beer, CBRE Dives Into Flexible Workspace, And The Workplace Of The Future

WeWork is ditching their unlimited free beer in New York locations and implementing a mechanized tab control

WeWork Limits Free Beer in New York Locations
Last month Allwork.Space addressed the topic of why businesses need to create a more inclusive and sensitive community around alcohol. This week, coworking giant WeWork announced that it will now keep tabs on alcohol consumption through mechanized tap controls in its New York locations. There will be a limit to the amount of drinks employees can have and beer tabs will be locked before noon and after 8:00 p.m.

CBRE Launches Flexible Workspace Subsidiary
CBRE announced this week that it “has launched a subsidiary called Hana that will operate flexible office space for larger corporations.” According to the release, the “new services offering (is) designed to help institutional property owners meet the rapidly growing demand for flexible office space solutions.”

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    The Workplace of the Future
    Design  Week published this week the main takeaways from the Orgatec trade fair that took place in Cologne, Germany. During the event, three concepts surrounding the future of the workplace were presented: a super-flexible space, a company home, and a shared workspace. Some of the presenters argued that the work day will become more varied, that design will continue to lean towards human experience, and that the workplace should be able to change in a moment’s notice.

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