office trends

Employees want a place to relax and unwind

Many of today's employees don't think of work as a place they're dedicated to from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. That's why they want to work somewhere that provides a community space to chill out. Read more from Bisnow about this trend and why it's important to consider.

The Dale Office Interiors survey found that about 20% of young people have rejected a potential employer due to outdated or uninspiring office design.
Opportunities for activities are also important, according to the survey, with access to exercise and recreational facilities ranked highest by a total of 30% of the respondents.
— Bisnow
chill workspace

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Speculative development in Waltham ready to draw companies to the suburbs

Urbanized, well-amenitized developments are the sweet spot for active tenants.
— Bisnow
Post at 200 Smith

With Waltham's Post at 200 Smith campus completed, it doesn't look like office buildings in downtown Boston have completely taken over the real estate market. This speculative development sprawls across 36 acres and includes a fitness center, hiking trails and an MBTA shuttle. Bisnow spoke to a managing partner of Anchor Line Partners about why the company decided to invest in suburban real estate and why he's not worried about finding tenants.

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How yoga helped a tech business build a healthier & more cohesive company culture

I wanted our employees to live meaningful lives, both in and out of the workplace, and I knew from personal experience the impact that yoga had in helping me live my most fulfilling life. I was eager to share my practice with our employees and excited to see firsthand the benefits that my colleagues – and our company – could experience as a result of implementing it.

The idea quickly caught on, especially because of how accessible it is. You don’t have to be a great athlete, a certain age or body type to practice yoga.
— Lynn Herrick
benefits of yoga

Read more from Business.com about how Lynn Herrick launched a successful yoga program at GreatCall, a tech company where Herrick serves as general counsel and chief human resource officer. She discovered exactly how much of a difference yoga classes can make in an office, both physically and mentally.

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