Has your company's brand helped to transform your office environment?
Do you get distracted easily at work? Here are three ways to minimize your distractions and improve your workplace environment.
How "healthy" is your workplace design?
Can your office chair really help you think clearer and be more efficient?
Did you know that people crave connection with colleagues, access to managers, and rooms with tech capabilities? Will these improve employees' experiences?
What story does your workplace's design tell about your company?
Has your office embraced the AV trend?
No space is complete without a few versatile statement pieces. This month's edition features some of Herman Miller's most iconic and classic designs.
Do you think these workplace predictions will come true?
Are your workplace brand and culture on the same page?
How is your stress level? Would you like to change your stress level?
Do the people in your office embrace change?
Does your workplace support innovation?
Are your conference rooms costing you money?
Nearly 80% of all people in the United States complain of back pain. Ergonomic seating solutions can increase productivity by properly supporting the back and encouraging healthy posture.
Is your workplace prepared to have employees from five different generations?
Does a personalized workplace help keep employees engaged longer and therefore reduce turnover rates?
Does your office embrace these three workplace design trends?
How does your workplace blend the use of human and technological capabilities?
Is your office environment helping to improve burnout; or is it making it worse?
Is your workplace neurodiverse?
Does your office have "choice-based environments"? It could help your employees improve their performance and productivity.