Your office environment can say a lot about your company’s culture. Have a look around your office and think about how it makes you feel; what the characteristics of your space are and whether it meets the needs of your staff.Read More
For most people, an office is synonymous with cubicles, monotonous carpets and water coolers. And also, by default, uninspiring and dull, which is bound to have a negative effect on employees. Big names like Google, Facebook and Apple go above.Read More
Modern-day workplaces tend to be fast-paced, demanding and stressful – it’s the nature of business to be ‘always on’, but it can leave employees feeling run down and unproductive. The solution? Bring a little Zen into your office, with notions of.Read More
Colours can impact our mood in many ways. So, ensuring you choose the right colour palette for your office could be crucial to the way your business works.Read More
Over recent years, employers have become much more focused on creative ways to keep productivity and motivation high. Large companies are competing to have the most innovative workspaces and the best benefit schemes - you’d be surprised at just.Read More
Sitting in the same chair everyday can not only be harmful for your posture but can also have some potentially serious health consequences too. Being stationary in the same position all day has been linked to obesity and heart disease, and so an.Read More
With it nearly being the end of the financial year we are noticing that our clients’ needs are evolving therefore here are some workplace trends we predict will be popular in 2016:
There’s a lot to consider before someone accepts a job offer – this covers everything from salary, location, the people, and more recently, office space and how the environment that you’ll be spending 35+ hours in each week makes you feel.