In recent years the office has seen dramatic changes in the shape, purpose and design. While employee health and happiness have gained more importance, the workplace design has shifted away from mere worker productivity. Watch the video to find out what transformations the office is undergoing and how these changes are going to shape our cities in the future.
If you need more practice related to the topic of work, offices or business in general, dig into our English at Work Third Edition – a revised version of our super practical workbook packed with real-life language and fun activities. It includes general vocabulary related to work, useful office phrases presented by means of minidialogues, verb-noun collocations for describing workplace duties, phrasal verbs, idioms, confusing pairs, adjectives for describing employees, vocabulary related to remuneration, perks, confusables and much, much more. The book is divided into 24 user-friendly, photocopiable, theme-based chapters, comes with an answer key and is suitable for students who are B2-C1 level, though it can be adapted for use with B1 students as well.
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