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January 18, 2022 Good News for Remote Work Fans, Office Loyalists and Everyone in Between 

As more companies shift toward a hybrid work model, we’re seeing workplace design reflect that change.  

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
November 10, 2021 How to Shift to a Hybrid Work Model: A Conversation with Cooper Carry 

Jonathan Webb, KI's Workplace Market Director, sat down with Brian Parker, principal at design firm Cooper Carry, to discuss the transition to being back in the office under a hybrid work model with a new, fluid floor plan.  

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
September 27, 2021 Outgrowing a One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Corporate Training 

We’re witnessing an evolution in training. Through years of research with academic and field experts, we’ve identified three main training methodologies and the best furniture solutions to support them.  

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
August 31, 2021 Can Employers Recreate the Flexibility of Remote Work? 

Offering a choice over where and how work is done is critical for employee satisfaction and retention. Learn how your workplace can support this trend.

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
August 10, 2021 The Top 3 Things Gen Z Wants at the Office 

Learn more about what makes new Gen Z hires tick in the workplace.

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
June 15, 2021 The Office is Lit: Supporting the Return to Work 

We’re making our way back to the office. The lights are on. We’re greeting old friends. Workplaces are abuzz once again. Here’s how you can support the return to work.

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
May 24, 2021 Worried at Work? Here’s How Businesses Can Support Mental Health 

Companies can use everything from smart design strategies to innovative employee benefits programs to support mental health in the workplace.

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
May 17, 2021 How Healthcare Design Impacts Our Mental Health 

Explore ways to design spaces that meet the mental and emotional health needs of patients, loved ones and providers.

by Jonathan Webb Workplace Market Director
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