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Workplace Technology Is Still Very Disconnected (And That’s A Big Problem) | Clinton Robinson

September 16, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Clint Robinson, CEO of Lane, argues that the workplace ecosystem is still very fragmented and out of date. The culprit? Different operating software and systems with no technology in sight that seamlessly ties them all together. With remote and hybrid work on the rise, this needs to be a top priority for organizations.

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What’s Next for the Office and CRE with Hines’ Director of Workplace Services | Annie Rinker

August 26, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Annie Rinker shares why flexible lease terms, the flight to quality, and the monetization of amenities will be key for landlords to attract CRE tenants moving forward.

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Exploring the Post-Pandemic Labor Market with LinkedIn’s Senior News Editor | Andrew Seaman

August 12, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Companies are back to hiring, but worker are more inclined than ever to search for new opportunities. LinkedIn’s News Senior Editor; Andrew Seaman talks about how the pandemic impacted the skills gaps, hiring practices, and talent retention strategies.

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How to Build a Globally Distributed Team (Without Breaking Any Laws)| Job van der Voort

July 29, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Remote work is here to stay, however hiring people from different countries and staying compliant is no easy feat. Job Van der Voort, CEO of HR tech company Remote, shares how he built a distributed team across 67 countries and did it without breaking any laws.

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Nothing About Us, Without Us: Workspace Design that Fits Everybody| David O’Coimin

July 15, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

David O’Coimin, the founder and CEO of DO Company and Nook Wellness Pods, is on a mission to make the workplace more neuro-inclusive and mindful. How? By shaping spaces to tap into our personal neuro advantages, we can create more equitable, purposeful environments that enables everybody to thrive.

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The Born Digital Generation: Attracting the Leaders of the Future | Tim Minahan

July 1, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Tim Minahan, EVP Strategy and CMO at Citrix argues that smart companies are getting creative about staffing models and thinking about the born digital generation to future-proof their business, here’s why.

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Creating Safe and Welcoming Workplace Environments: What Employers Need to Know Now | Kate Bally

June 10, 2021 / Daniel Lamadrid / Future Of Work Podcast

Kate Bally, Director of Labor and Employment Service, Practical Law at Thomson Reuters, discusses the quickly changing legal landscape around a post-pandemic return to the office and what employers can do as they and their employees navigate this dynamic world.

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Flexible Workspaces: A Journey In Time | Richard Smith

May 27, 2021 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Frank Cottle takes a deep-dive into the flexible workspace industry with Office Freedom’s Richard Smith, discussing everything from workspace branding and the misconceptions around the term ‘shared space’, to traditional leases and the type of office environments that companies are choosing as we emerge from, or learn to live with, the pandemic.

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A Whole New Way of Working: Reimagining Collaboration | Phil Simon

May 20, 2021 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

You are just scratching the surface of what collaboration hub-and-spokes like Microsoft Teams, Slack, Zoom, and Google Workspace can do. Award-winning author Phil Simon shares how to unleash the power of collaboration in his latest book Reimagining Collaboration.

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Improving ‘People Experience’ and Engagement by Leveraging Space and Data | Melissa Marsh

May 14, 2021 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Melissa Marsh is founder and Executive Director of PLASTARC, and an expert in workplace strategy. She talks with Frank Cottle about leveraging the workplace experience to drive engagement and connectivity between people and space, in search of that ‘perfect workplace’.

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No Cookie Cutter For Wellness: Listen First, Acknowledge, Then Act | Diane Schwartz

April 30, 2021 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Diane Schwartz, CEO of Ragan Communications and Ragan’s Workplace Wellness Insider, discusses the long-term effects of stress caused by the pandemic and how companies can improve their workplace wellness strategies.

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Stop the Brain Drain: Why Companies Need to Prioritize Caregiver Benefits | Anita Gardyne

April 9, 2021 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Anita Darden Gardyne, President & CEO of Onēva discusses how offering caregiver benefits can help prevent brain drain and help employees bring their whole selves to work.

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Remote Work Isn’t Going Anywhere: Adapt Or Get Left Behind | Brie Reynolds

March 26, 2021 / Cecilia Amador de San José / Future Of Work Podcast

Brie Reynolds from FlexJobs chats about remote work best practices–from hiring to onboarding–how remote work has evolved over the past 14 years, and what skills are needed to thrive in remote jobs.

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Flexible Workspaces Will Need to Become More Flexible | Mark Hemmeter

March 19, 2021 / Frank Cottle / Future Of Work Podcast

Office Evolution Founder and CEO, Mark Hemmeter, talks about Ohana, franchising, and why flex space operators will need more flexiblity in the post-pandemic world.

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Building an Authentic and Inclusive Culture that Lasts | Brett Putter

March 12, 2021 / Jo Meunier (née Disney) / Future Of Work Podcast

Culture development expert, Brett Putter, has worked with companies all over the world, ranging from startups to successful remote companies like Buffer and Zapier. Here, he shares how it’s done.

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