Cost, quality and supply. As the person responsible for procurement, these areas will always top your list of concerns. But in today’s complex world, it’s no longer that simple, especially when considering office supply vendors.Read More
Few disruptions have reshaped the workplace as significantly as COVID-19. Case-in-point, more than 40% of employees currently work from home.
Although cutting out the daily commute and having fewer interruptions are benefits of remote work, home environments don’t always support productivity the way an agile office space design can. This is just one of many reasons why employees are eager to get back to the office.Read More
Employees aren’t the only ones who might be a little rusty after returning to the office in the midst of the pandemic. Time away can also be rough on mission-critical equipment that is accustomed to frequent daily use.Read More
In an increasingly agile work environment where companies have adopted a hybrid model of in-person and remote work, solid walls and other fixed structures are waning in popularity.Read More
Today’s modern office should have an interior design that not only invites collaboration but also facilitates it. With many companies using a hybrid model of remote work with in-person meetings, employees come to the office specifically to meet with their team.
This is why collaborative office furniture — comfortable, multi-purpose and easy to move — is a must. Learn about some options below to ensure your company has everything it needs to stay current and cutting-edge.Read More
Stop what you’re doing. Take a look around your office. Are you seeing smiling faces or expressions that range from miserable to tired to angry?Read More
The saying “two heads are better than one” is often true in the workplace. But what do you do when you have 20 heads trying to communicate?
Employee collaboration can have a strong influence on a company’s culture, productivity and innovation. According to a survey conducted by the Queens University of Charlotte, 39% of surveyed employees believe that people in their own organization don’t collaborate enough.Read More
When we think about employee health, the office design isn’t the first thing to come in mind. Instead, we consider sick days, nutrition, health insurance plans, etc.