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Millennial Income and Wealth Lower Than Previous Generations

Avocado Toast or Not, Millennials’ Income Woefully Low Compared to Previous Generations

Education and employment do not equal economic control (or success) for today’s millennials, but they are finding new ways to succeed.

By: Gemma Church

September 23, 2021

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The Labor Shortage Will (Eventually) Be Good for Employees and Businesses

The Labor Shortage Will (Eventually) Be Good for Employees and Businesses, Here’s Why

The pandemic gave workers a taste of remote and hybrid work. This experience provided a more flexible work-life and increased productivity. The shortage of workers and skill gap creates an opportunity for better working conditions and pay as work conditions evolve.

By: Daniel Lehewych

September 22, 2021

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WeWork Will Finally Go Public

Two Years After Its Failed IPO, WeWork Will (Finally) Go Public

Two years after its failed IPO under then CEO, Adam Neumann, WeWork is finally set to go public. The company is due to begin trading in late October, 2021, on the New York Stock Exchange.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 21, 2021

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DEI programs facilitate better workplaces

Will DE&I Gains Regress With The Rise Of Remote And Hybrid Work?

Given the unique set of challenges that remote and hybrid work presents to DE&I efforts, workers and employers alike need to be vigilant so that the gains made are not abruptly lost.   

By: Daniel Lehewych

September 21, 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.

By: Emma Ascott

September 20, 2021

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Work from Home While Parenting

Is Working From Home (Successfully) While Parenting Even Possible?

The coronavirus pandemic has created the perfect opportunity for employers to rethink how they support parents. While paid parental leave is a good start, working parents need more than that, they need ongoing support from their employers.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 17, 2021

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Future Of Work: Engineering A Better Way To Find Talent During The 'Labor Shortage"

Future Of Work: Engineering A Better Way To Find Talent During The ‘Labor Shortage”

Keren Rubin, a former food engineer turned VP of PeopleOps, has applied engineering concepts to people management. The result? A team of highly motivated and engaged employees.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 17, 2021

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Despite Hiring Optimism Reaching Pre-Pandemic Levels, Jobs Created May Not Reflect That

Despite Hiring Optimism Reaching Pre-Pandemic Levels, Jobs Created May Not Reflect That

ManpowerGroup’s latest employment outlook survey found that hiring optimism has return to levels not seen since pre-pandemic.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 14, 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.

By: Emma Ascott

September 13, 2021

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The Green Economy Provides Many Gig Jobs

The Green Economy Provides Many Gig Jobs

Ever wondered how the shift from fossil fuels to renewable sources will impact the economy? We explore how a green economy works and its impact on jobs, skills, and the future of work.

By: Jo Meunier (née Disney)

September 10, 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. 

By: Emma Ascott

September 10, 2021

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70% Of Employees Have Enjoyed The Return To The Office

70% Of Employees Have Enjoyed The Return To The Office

Eden Workplace, in conjunction with Wakefield Research, created a post-COVID return to the office survey to understand how employees are actually feeling about being back in the office. 

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 9, 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.

By: Emma Ascott

September 9, 2021

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Reimagining The “Tech Campus” Workplace Experience For Suburbia

Reimagining The “Tech Campus” Workplace Experience For Suburbia

The Connell Company is redeveloping The Park to create a shared campus experience in suburban New Jersey.  

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 7, 2021

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Nothing Beats In-Person Communication, But These Online Tools Come Pretty Close

Nothing Beats In-Person Communication, But These Online Tools Come Pretty Close

Cat Johnson’s latest Convo brought five coworking specialists together to share their tried-and-tested communication strategies to foster a vibrant workspace community.

By: Jo Meunier (née Disney)

September 6, 2021

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