How inclusive design is creating more female-friendly offices

This is a preview of a story that was initially published on our sister site, WorkLifewhich covers the future of the workplace.

With a total workforce of around 45% women, a business development team that is 85% women and plans to boost female representation within leadership and tech teams, rethinking office spaces with female needs in mind has been a priority for Sharespace CEO and co-founder Robert Chmielewski.

So for companies navigating a hybrid future and looking to incentivize staff to come into the office, rethinking design elements to cater better to women could entice more women to spend more time in the office. Read the full story on WorkLife.

https://digiday.com/?p=434665

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