December is almost over, and as the New Year is quickly approaching, many office executives are taking the time to reflect on how the modern workplace has changed. More importantly, we’re going to weigh in on if these two major changes are a good or a bad thing – because not all change is progression.… Continue reading Two Major Ways the Office Has Changed Over the Years
Office cubicle systems and modern office workstations have changed a lot from their predecessors of the 60s and 70s, with an increasing sense of style, collaboration, and employee wellness over saving space. The latest in this office wellness offering is the active workstation. Here’s what it’s all about, from our NJ commercial office furniture team.… Continue reading What Are Active Office Workstations?
Planning a new office fit-out in 2020? With so many decisions to make about office cubicle systems, modern office workstations and desks, and interior office design, it’s easy to forget about one thing that’s essential to every successful office design: soundproofing. Better Soundproofing Means Better Productivity Have you ever been in an office or restaurant… Continue reading A Great Office Design Always Includes Soundproofing
These days, collaboration is the name of the game in the modern workspace. The walls are coming down, communication is actively encouraged and design focusses on pushing the sharing of ideas. The open office concept, even with office cubicle systems is more open than ever before – so where does that leave privacy? Why is… Continue reading Creating Privacy in Open, Collaborative Office Spaces
If you’re not convinced, just think about this statistic from Mindspace research, that 21% of 18-24 years olds have rejected a potential employer because of the poor design and/or lack of amenities of the workplace. Or that 34% would be willing to commute for an impressive 60 minutes if it meant working in a ‘perfect’… Continue reading Is your Out-of-Date Office Design Costing You Talent? Yes!
For a long time, the phrase “work-life balance” has been a buzzword for businesses, but the reality is that, for many people, there is a distinct disconnect between the quality of like they experience at home and the one they get at work. After all, most employees work 40-60 hours a day in the office,… Continue reading Why Workplace Wellbeing Is Important To Industry Leaders