Most employees enjoy the hybrid model of work because it offers the convenience of working from home without the accompanying isolation. In-office days provide much-needed socialization and collaboration with their colleagues.Read More
5 Tips to Spark Collaboration in the Workplace
6 Conference Room Design Mistakes to Avoid
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
How to Prepare Employees for an Office Move
Moving from a cramped office into a new, spacious building can be an exciting time for your business. Outgrowing your current office means you’re running a thriving and growing business. But, while you may be uncorking the champagne and celebrating your rapid growth, your employees may view the move with trepidation.Read More
Why Your Office is Killing Productivity (And How to Fix It)
In a perfect world, your employees would remain focused and on-task all day long. Unfortunately, this is hardly ever the case. Thanks to chatty coworkers, nonstop cell phone notifications and the temptation of surfing the internet, your employees are constantly distracted throughout the workday.
How Going Green Can Help Employees
The term “eco-friendly” seems to be everywhere these days. It’s on new cars, home furnishings, clothes, food and the list goes on. There’s no denying the benefits of living an environmentally friendly lifestyle, but have you considered how an eco-friendly office can lead to happier, healthier employees?Read More
5 Questions to Ask Your Employees Before An Office Redesign
When contemplating an office redesign, there are many factors you need to take into consideration. You have to decide on office furniture, the wall color, and the decor. Along with all these crucial design elements, you can’t overlook the opinions of your employees.Read More
Don’t Forget the Break Room When Designing Your New Space
When designing a new office space, companies will often overlook the importance of the break room. Although you may not know it, the break room is one of the most important areas in any building, even when compared to conference rooms. A designated break area allows employees to get away from their desk for a little, take a breather, and recharge before returning to their work.Read More
Redesigning Your Office? Did You Consider These 4 Things?
Are you thinking about redesigning your office, but don’t know where to begin? Redesigning the office can be a little stressful. There’s a lot to put into consideration before changing things around. Luckily, we were able to compile a list of 4 things you need to consider before redesigning your office.Read More
How Your Office Helps Set Your Business Culture
Your office says a lot about your company. The physical environment reflects your values and shapes your office culture. It defines your brand identity and can speak volumes to your employees, interviewees and clients. Depending on its layout and design, your office space can act as a deterrent or catalyst for creativity, innovation and collaboration.Read More
Considering An Open Office Floorplan? Here Are 5 Things You Should Consider
As workplaces increase their efforts to facilitate employee collaboration, there has been a significant shift from private, traditional offices to open office floorplans. Employers are eliminating physical barriers and opening up lines of communication across the office.Read More