Did you miss Workplace Trends? Don't worry we've got a pocket version... In this Workplace Trends special we attended the London event on October 15th 2019 event and grabbed as many speakers as we could. In this episode, among others, we speak to:
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It's still amazing me how many of the talks were about how we need to think more about people... who or what are we designing our workplaces for currently?
If you'd like some further reading check out Neil Usher's blog http://workessence.com/
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