Fast Company took a look recently at some offices of the 'future,' which, ha, who's going to work in offices in the future? Among others, they look at Macquarie, which is where Prison Island trading floor drones watch porn while their coworkers are doing live TV spots. One bit that is of interest is making plans that deal with the fact that, in offices, people don't actually work so much! (Hence: the existence of blogs!) The average complete workforce turnout is 50% of headcount. So they are underbuilding office plans now: "At Macquarie, 50% attendance translates to 85% occupancy in the new office." So, some day in the future, everyone will show up for work all at once and have to leave. That future sounds okay maybe?
Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
The Ten-Year Anniversary of the Time My Wedding Announcement Was Not Accepted by the Paper of Record
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