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Radii addresses the need to stow, rather than store, in a compact, space-efficient design that allows workers to stay productive and connected to their work.
Ergonomic design = reduced employee discomfort, increased job satisfaction and reduced costs to the organization in the long run. It can also be beautiful!
by Jeff Pochepan via Inc
Major corporations are taking their cues from coworking spaces to reverse engineer what it is about coworking facilities that bring to the table what traditional offices cannot.
How have you noticed the workplace evolving?
With a greater focus on comfort and wellbeing, office design requires furniture that evokes a feeling of home. Explore how Normann Copenhagen, presented by AllSteel, supports this changing landscape.
It can be hard to stay focused in a busy office.
There’s always something going on–meetings, conversations, or donuts to eat in the kitchen. Fortunately, you don’t actually have to be available to your coworkers all the time. There are proven ways to keep yourself on task while keeping others away from you at the same time. Check them out below!
Humanscale's QuickStand Eco: Alternating between sitting and standing throughout the day can boost productivity.
by Julie Hough via @Forbes
We are seeing a shift toward dedicated creative spaces, molded to induce focus and energy, to allow for rest and recovery, to balance work and play, and to defy the traditional 9-5 work mentality.
Today’s workplaces are increasingly being designed with movement in mind to help promote employee health and boost productivity.
Office life has traditionally been sedentary, but as more companies and their employees prioritise healthier lifestyles, workplaces are finding new ways to get people moving.
From locating desks further from printers to providing shower rooms for runners and cyclists, adjustments to workplace facilities and culture can help make employees more active during the working day.
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Today’s employees are also sophisticated consumers who expect high-quality, high-tech, customer-centric services and experiences. And creating a sophisticated digital environment where employees feel valued and motivated requires a company-wide effort.
by Macy Bayern via TechRepublic
With four generations sharing the workplace, preferred working conditions vary between age groups. More than half of Generation Z (55%) and Millennials (56%) said they prefer open office environments, according to a Future Workplace study.
Benefits of incorporating nature into the workplace are undeniable.
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