- In 2022, the future of work has become an umbrella term for all incoming transformations taking the workforce by storm.
- The Great Resignation, quiet quitting, the four-day workweek and more have entered the dialogue of what it means to understand the modern (and future) workplace.
- Allwork.Space wants to make it easier for our audience to have access to the events where ideas and concepts first make their appearance known.
Blink, and you might miss the latest trend that is taking the workplace by storm.
In 2022, the future of work has become an umbrella term for all incoming transformations taking the workforce by storm. The Great Resignation, quiet quitting, the four-day workweek and more have entered the dialogue of what it means to understand the modern (and future) workplace.
But how can someone possibly stay up-to-date on the next work trend that will inevitably grab headlines in the next few months?
Allwork.Space wants to make it easier for our audience to have access to the events where these ideas and concepts first make their presence known, allowing you to stay in the loop of what is happening now, and more importantly, what is to come of the workplace.
Don’t miss out! Here are all the September events that can help you stay ahead on all incoming workplace trends.
Sept 7-8 : REwork APAC Summit (In person, paid)
In Sydney, Australia, the REwork Summit will bring together leaders to discuss how the shift to hybrid models is taking the world by storm.
Covering all the perks – and disadvantages – of the work-from-anywhere trend, The Summit will focus on three factors that are bound to impact the future of work including:
- People: employee experience and evolving roles of HR departments
- Spaces: coworking spaces, flexible offices and office design
- Technology: smart offices, office monitoring and connectivity
Sept. 13-14: Future of Work APAC (In person, paid)
Started in 2019, the Future of Work APAC event aims to keep workers from all corners of the workforce informed about upcoming trends and changes that are expected to impact their roles.
Trends that impact everyone from frontline workers, HR departments, IT professionals and more will be covered at this event in Sydney, Australia.
Sept. 20: Flexworld 2022 (Hybrid, free)
Flexible office solutions firm OfficeRnD will host their first hybrid Flexworld event.
For no cost to participants, professionals can gather in London or virtually to learn more about the evolution of the coworking and flexible office industries, as well as how the shift to hybrid work is impacting the market.
Sept. 21-23: GWA Flex Forward Conference (In person, paid)
For hospitality industry veterans, the fall GWA (Global Workspace Association) Flex Forward Conference is a must.
Bringing the expertise of workplace specialists, the conference explores all aspects of the workplace that are expected to impact daytime hospitality businesses and organizations.
Learn what to expect from the future of the industry, network with like-minded professionals and perhaps get creative with others at this event in Frisco, Texas.
Sept. 22: WORKTECH New York (In person, paid)
WORKTECH will take place in the heart of Manhattan later this month, bringing together a panel of experts that cover all aspects of the future of work.
Speakers at the event will include international leaders of major organizations, where all things real estate, HR, technology, design and more will be explored in detail.
Sept. 30: Convo – PR Strategies for Coworking Spaces (Virtual, free)
Calling all workplace operators and coworking space managers: hop on Zoom and gain insight into all things public relations related.
Explore new concepts and PR strategies that help market and promote coworking spaces, while networking with like-minded coworking operators to nurture your community.
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