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ABOUT Emma Ascott
Emma Ascott

Emma Ascott is a contributing writer for Allwork.Space based in Phoenix, Arizona. She graduated from Walter Cronkite at Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication in 2021. Emma has written about a multitude of topics, such as the future of work, politics, social justice, money, tech, government meetings, breaking news and healthcare.

Landlords Need To Start Leveraging The Power Of AI

Future Of Work: Landlords Need To Start Leveraging The Power Of AI, Here’s Why

AI can help to streamline everyday processes for corporate tenants, property managers and landlords by helping find suitable tenants, locate vendors and provide alerts for routine maintenance and management tasks.

September 24, 2021

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Workers Are Stressed And Burned Out. A Tech Detox May Be Just What They Need

Workers Are Stressed And Burned Out. A Tech Detox May Be Just What They Need

Reducing your technology use improves your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness. Studies show us that mobile technology usage can cause and increase anxiety. 

September 22, 2021

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Developers Are Betting On Live-work-play Communities To Attract New Tenants

Developers Are Betting On Live-work-play Communities To Attract New Tenants

The future of how we work and how that relates to our lives is evolving rapidly, and many new concepts may come to fruition in the not-so-distant future, such as the live-work-play community. Living, working, socializing and entertaining locally has multiple benefits, which is true in both large cities and lower density areas.

September 20, 2021

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Feeling Anxious At Work? These Natural Treatments May Be Just What You Need

Feeling Anxious At Work? These Natural Treatments May Be Just What You Need

Treatment for anxiety doesn’t need to solely consist of prescribed medication; there are other natural and proven ways to reduce or eliminate anxiety, such as mind-body techniques, supplements and calming teas. Many methods to reduce anxiety can be performed in the workplace.

September 15, 2021

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Office Workers Support A 4-day Workweek

74% Of Office Workers Support A 4-day Workweek, Is It Realistic?

The pandemic has accelerated numerous employment trends, including remote working and the 4-day workweek. Reducing working hours has been shown to maintain or increase productivity, as well as improve workers’ wellbeing and work-life balance. The 4-day workweek may become a reality as attitudes towards work change.

September 13, 2021

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Future Of Work: The 15-minute City Is Closer Than Ever To Becoming a Reality.

Future Of Work: The 15-minute City Is Closer Than Ever To Becoming a Reality.

The pandemic changed companies’ attitudes to flexible working. Hybrid and remote work models are the norm and now the idea of the 15-minute city is gaining traction, which is the concept that cities should center structural planning around ensuring car-free access to basic necessities and the workplace. 

September 10, 2021

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How the Metaverse Will Change the Future of Work

How the Metaverse Will Change the Future of Work

The metaverse is often described as the next version of the internet — a shared, virtual space that is persistently online and active.

September 9, 2021

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Despite Remote Work Benefits, Some Struggle With Isolation

Despite Remote Work Benefits, Some Struggle With Isolation

In the world of remote work, people are having to figure out what best works for them. Employees who are used to working in an office/group setting may feel lonely and isolated with the new remote work model. If they feel they lack the desired connection with peers, they become emotionally detached from the organization and its success.

September 8, 2021

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Future Of Work: Sloppy Cyber Hygiene Brings ‘Zero Trust’ Security Models Into The Workplace

Future Of Work: Sloppy Cyber Hygiene Brings ‘Zero Trust’ Security Models Into The Workplace

With remote and hybrid work on the rise, cybersecurity is now more important than ever. Here’s what employers and employees need to know.

September 3, 2021

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Women-Owned Coworking Spaces Face Systemic Challenges During Pandemic, Are Forced To Shut Down

Women-Owned Coworking Spaces Face Systemic Challenges During Pandemic, Are Forced To Shut Down

Several women-owned and women-centric coworking spaces shut down their doors permanently during the pandemic; their male-owned counterparts thrived. Why?

September 3, 2021

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More Employees Now Favor Vaccine, But Debate Around Mandates Still Brewing

More Employees Now Favor Vaccine, But Debate Around Mandates Still Brewing

A poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research showed that 59% of remote workers favor vaccine requirements in their own workplaces.

August 30, 2021

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Facebook’s Horizon Workrooms Opens A World Of Possibilities For VR In The Workplace

Facebook’s Horizon Workrooms Opens A World Of Possibilities For VR In The Workplace

Last week, Facebook announced Horizon Workrooms: Remote Collaboration Reimagined, a virtual meeting space, opening a world of possibilities for VR applications in the workplace.

August 27, 2021

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Future Of Work: VR In The Workplace Can Reduce Staff Training Time By Up To 60%

Future Of Work: VR In The Workplace Can Reduce Staff Training Time By Up To 60%

VR offers employees a more efficient way to learn workplace procedures and skills, and has been supported as an equivalent option to face-to-face training.

August 20, 2021

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