With the changes to our workstyles and lifestyles thrust upon us by the pandemic, many businesses are reconfiguring and decommissioning their offices. Businesses need to have an office space decommission plan to ensure a streamlined and efficient process.
One of the big challenges for people now working from a home office or workspace is how to create an effective, healthy, and attractive space to work from. Working from home gives you more freedom to create the space that works best for you. Whether working from home is for the short-term or long-term, here is how you can get the most out of your work-from-home workstation.
Working from home has its perks and its cricks. While technology and social platforms have made it easy to remote-in and stay connected, they haven’t addressed physical posturing. With many of us working in substandard ergonomic conditions, our bodies are taking a toll.
Elizabeth Redmond participated as a panelist in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Elizabeth is cofounder and CEO of CoWorkr, a workplace sensors company focusing on balancing space efficiency with a healthy workplace.
Kristi Paulson participated as a panelist in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Krisiti leads the Los Angeles office of Behnisch Architekten on projects that range from educational, residential and workplace to museums and sports facilities.
Ala Sobierajksi and Tammy Kosloff from HuddleHQ participated in our live webinar Post-Pandemic: The Future of Workplace Strategy. Ala and Tammy are industry veterans that provide keen insight into how we react organizationally in the face of a pandemic.
What does the workplace look like after COVID-19? We brought together a panel of experts focusing on what to expect in the post-pandemic workplace. Moderated by industry veteran Rick Bartlett, Unisource Solutions, the discussion covers topics including workplace and architectural strategy, occupancy management and workspace optimization.
While the lower temperatures might make it hard to get into the working spirit, with a few minor changes, your office can feel more like a place of refuge than a place of woe.
Whether team members have committed to getting in shape, being less stressed, or achieving a work-life balance, encouraging physical and mental health in the workplace is easy to do.