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Companies Are Not Adjusting To The Future Of Work

New research has revealed that the majority of companies are insistent about keeping their old work strategies in the future, rather than adjusting to new work trends.

Countries Offering Remote Working Programs

With more people able to work from anywhere, countries have started offering remote working visas that allow employees to visit their country for up to one year.

The State Of D.C.’s Coworking Market

While coworking was once one of the fastest-growing sectors in Washington D.C., it is struggling to stay afloat as the pandemic has forced a massive amount of closures.

Leasing From Life Science Firms More Than Doubled In 2020

According to a CBRE report, leasing from the life sciences sector more than doubled in New York between 2019 and 2020, its highest level of growth since at least 2011.

Should Companies Require Staff To Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccines have started to be distributed worldwide, and companies now must decide whether they will require all of their employees to get the vaccine or not.

What The Future Of Work Won’t Involve

While it is hard to predict what the future of work will look like, it certainly won’t include ignoring political discussion or embracing fully remote workforces.

Adam Neumann And SoftBank Approach Settlement Deal

WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann and SoftBank are close to settling their legal battle after the Japanese conglomerate walked away from a $3 billion tender offer.

Downtown Brooklyn Complex Ushers In New Leases

The MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn has signed a total of 132,000 square feet in lease transactions so far, showing promise for leasing activity in the future.

IWG Takes Over Third WeWork Hong Kong Location

IWG has taken over its third WeWork space in Hong Kong, transforming the 50,000 square foot office at The Quayside in the Kowloon East district into its Signature brand.

HSBC To Move Forward With Office Reduction

HSBC has announced it hopes to cut back on its global office space by 40%, excluding its branch network, as it transitions to more agile and hybrid work arrangements.

Pacific Northwest Region Sees Bump In Leasing Activity

While the Eastside has outpaced Seattle leases in the past few years, the Puget Sound region was the third most active office market last year despite activity slowdown.

Brooklyn Coworking Firm Cuts Space In Half

BKLYN Commons, a coworking operator, has revealed it reduced its space in Bedford-Stuyvesant by 50% and redesigned the location due to the pandemic.



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