Around this time last year, our newsletter explored what it takes to be a great remote employer. The measures we advocated back then—a focus on wellness, culture, and investment in increased capacity—remain every bit as relevant today.
Back in 2017, we appeared at Cornell’s ILR School alongside our longtime friend, collaborator, and Cornell alum, Nick Livigne. Our discussion focused on space as a driver of innovation and collaboration.
That’s all for this month. We want to hear more about what you’ve learned from work in the time of COVID. Drop us a line to share your thoughts, sustainability hacks, or social distancing stories.
Here’s what has had our attention this month.
PLASTARC is guiding organizations as they reenter the physical workplace. We shared our 10-point roadmap with Work Design Magazine.
Economic uncertainty has led to the indefinite suspension of work on this ambitious integrated community on the Toronto waterfront.
As fans and contributors to ANFA, we were sad to hear of the recent passing loss of its founding president earlier this month.
This event, now in its third year, moves online. Explore over 60 projects in architecture, art and design from the next generation of talent.
Meet our new Lead Community Strategist, who will be broadening our reach and enabling more organizations to realize the benefits of great workplace. Welcome, Nathan!
While much of the US is still on lockdown, several organizations have stepped up by delivering their programming to an online audience—much of it for free! Here are a few virtual offerings worth a click:
In lieu of their annual furniture show and conference, the team behind NeoCon is starting a new online community this summer. Launching May 25.
Following months of refinement, the 10 startups selected for this spring’s cohort will deliver their final pitches. Tune in on May 26.
Design professionals discuss tools and techniques for conducting design research at a distance. AIANY hosts online, May 27.