In April 2021 Herman Miller became a founding partner of Future Forum, a consortium that equips business leaders to drive transformation at work, helping them reimagine how people, process, and place come together to make work better for people as well as companies.
To provide guideposts for business leaders as they shape new workforce policies, Future Forum continues to convene Fortune 500 executives and conduct research into the future of work. In June of 2020, Future Forum began surveying thousands of workers and managers globally on a quarterly basis, asking them a series of questions related to productivity, sense of belonging, and preferred ways of working. The newly published report summarizes the findings of the Fall ‘21 Future Forum Pulse, a survey of more than 10,500 knowledge workers across the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. conducted from July 28 – August 10, 2021.
Read Future Forum's October 2021 Pulse study