The weekly economy and business magazine TREND has interviewed me about the future of offices after the COVID-19 pandemic. I am sharing it in English with their kind permission.

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Be on alert for money leaving the work spaces. With our current knowledge about what humans need to be well and fulfill their potential, we need to invest into our space more than ever.

Working from home as a pleasant change of environment. But it shouldn’t stop us from improving the office.

How listing hundreds of world’s issues in a video made me realize the risks of socially responsible burnout.

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It’s not just you who will benefit from this decision. It’s the whole society.

Sign at Facebook HQ on the 1st of March 2017, showing the now redundant employees the way to the exit. Image: Chris Griffith / Creative Commons

Instead of throwing an app at every area of social life, we should stop and think. Often, the real solution is to change ourselves first.

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Michal Matlon

Psychology of architecture and workplaces.

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