Herman Miller's Future of Work

Explore the ideas that are reshaping the world of work for a more adaptable, inclusive, and equitable future.
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What is the future of work?

Is the office dead? How can working from home work better? What’s the next normal? And how can workers thrive when it arrives? Herman Miller’s Global Research and Insights team gathered insights and information to answer these questions and more as we help organizations navigate change and support people everywhere work happens.
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Rethinking physical spaces for a hybrid workplace

Herman Miller developed three types of insight-led settings—spaces for socialization, collaboration, and focus—as building blocks for a more equitable, inclusive, and desirable office.
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Knowledge and resources

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Work healthier from home

5 tips to help your home office keep you productive and supported
Download the tip sheet
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Herman Miller + GitLab

Herman Miller collaborated with the remote work experts to make WFH healthier
Check out the WFH Field Guide
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Herman Miller's insights in action

Watch how Herman Miller is transforming their own workplace to support hybrid work
See how the Design Yard has transformed
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Working knowledge

Hear Ryan Anderson unpack distributed work and the potential of hybrid
Watch the video
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Herman Miller's perspective

Three shifts to help organizations navigate a post-pandemic future
Read Herman Miller's point of view
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Looking forward

A series of conversations with leaders about the future of work
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Connect with an expert

Do you have questions about implementing a hybrid workplace strategy? About how your space can support the experiences your people missed working from home? About small changes you can implement today to make your office more adaptable? You're not alone—and we can help.