Workplace Design

Why Designing Workspaces Should Be a Walk in the Park

By Karla Pope
Blog

Bringing the outside in, today’s workspaces are increasingly mirroring the lush green landscapes of the great outdoors.

From cascading fountains to botanical-rich workspaces, companies big and small are creating natural, park-like environments. More than aesthetically pleasing, greened indoor workspaces are good for people and for business.

These calming spaces are designed to reduce stress, enhance overall wellness and boost productivity and efficiency. Plus, they offer financial benefits for property owners and developers.

Humanizing the Workplace: Using Design Principles to Inspire Workplace Thinking

By: Melinda Gorgenyi
Blog

This is the sixth in a continuing blog series based on insights and findings from the Sodexo 2016 Workplace Trends Report. The Reportexamines nine key trends affecting business outcomes and the quality of life of employees and consumers.

Study: Half of Today’s Occupations Won’t Exist in 2025

The positions in process work, customer work and middle management will disappear
Article

According to a CBRE study called Fast Forward 2030: The Future of Work and the Workplace, emerging trends in the workplace point to a revolution in the way workplaces operate in the next 15 years.

Sodexo Blog: The Sodexo 2013 Workplace Trends Report is Out

By Debra Dailey, Vice President, Human Capital Solutions and Outcomes, Sodexo
Blog

Today is a good day – the release of Sodexo’s 2013 Workplace Trends Report, a compilation of pressing business issues that are top of mind for organizations looking to be more productive and grow.

Workplace Trends Report: 12 Key Issues and Solutions for Business Leaders

Sodexo’s Report identifies leading marketplace indicators focusing key people- and community-centric workplace practices that create competitive advantage for organizations and value for employees
Press Release

Gaithersburg, Md., January 28, 2013 /3BL Media/ — Sodexo released its annual Workplace Trends Report today, noting among dozens of findings key trends such as 86 percent of Millennials entering the workforce now say they would consider leaving an employer whose values fell short of their expectations, clearly indicating that the emerging workforce is motivated by positive, people- and community-centric workplace practices and initiatives.

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