What will work look like post pandemic?


Pre pandemic 9-5 workweek is transforming into a hybrid work future mixed with in office and remote.  Workers want more flexibility and work life balance this we at Archipro have to concur having heard it over and over again in interviews with Architects And Designers.  Productivity experts say blowing up the existing structure will not

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Masks? Commute? Office life in 2020 sparks debate across generations

What will the future of Architectural education be? A special discussion not to miss this Monday featuring leaders of Architectural education. Deans and faculty will be addressing change and challenges facing the Architectural Profession. It’s time to wear shoes to work again. Time to get back in step with a commuter’s routine. Work from home

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Architecture risks losing a whole diverse generation


What are the main concerns of professionals working onsite right now — and how have those shifted since earlier in the summer? According to LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index, the main concern was and continues to be exposure to others. Concerns also differ by generation. Millennials-(22-38 yrs) working back onsite are the most concerned overall, while

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Architecture has always been a profession where ‘who you know’ is key. Today, companies are increasingly promoting – and financially incentivizing

Architecture has always been a profession where ‘who you know’ is key. Today, companies are increasingly promoting – and financially incentivizing – referrals from existing staff. This again disproportionately affects those already under-represented in the industry, with 98 per cent of referrals matching the racial profile of the person doing the referring.who tend to be

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Leaders must commit to change if diversity efforts are to work

Diversity Inc: The Fight For Racial Justice in the Workplace” by: Pamela NewkirkPeople hire from their own small networks we live in segregated worlds and the work place reflects this. It requires intentional interventions to conquer lack of diversity. First step change hiring practices to implement change by broadening your networks and out reach. Also,

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5 Tips To Grow Professionally While Working From Home

How to grow professionally while working from home includes; Advocate for yourself, keep your network alive, invest in learning, become a time management guru, step up and seize the opportunity. It can seem challenging to focus on career development while working remotely. Especially during COVID-19, when you might have the kids, pets and even extended

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Design Census 2019

The Design Census is an open and collaborative resource for understanding the complex economic, social, and cultural factors shaping the design practice today. Learn more at https://designcensus.org Section I — Who is designing in 2019? A wide-angle view of the backgrounds of designers practicing in the field today. Section II — How do designers work?

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6 Critical Hiring Updates For Virtual Jobs

Critical Hiring Updates For Virtual Jobs

How to assess the candidates character and cultural fit with out meeting in person-6 updates includes: Clearly labeling position as WFH, Define boundaries of search by geo-targeting by zip code, Screen for relevant qualifications by adding target questions, assess soft skills and emotional intelligence, Interact based on workflows to simulate work conditions, engage virtual culture

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7 Top Tips To Help You Start Your New Remote Job

How to start your new Remote job 7 tips inculdes: Understand your role ask alot of questions. Know how your managers and coworkers communicate (phone, video, email, text). Establish relationships start with casual conversations introducing yourself. Ask valuable questions and reach out to your mangers and coworker for clarification. Create a routine, a structure and

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