Hybrid work has resulted in many positive changes. However, these environments also run the risk of creating some new inequities.
By streamlining the things that take up too much time or effort, managers can improve the entire work experience for tenants and employees.
When companies move away from working in excess, they may be surprised to see that productivity increases.
The number of retirees returning to work is increasing. This trend may help stabilize a shaky work economy.
Your people are your greatest asset. If you want them to perform to the best of their abilities, give them the information they need.
Opportunities to automate common workplace processes are everywhere, which is why automation is becoming a must for some industries.
January always brings opportunities for change. Workplaces may use this time to implement new processes, technology or strategies.
Your staff may love their jobs, but they don’t love long commutes or rigid schedules. See how employees feel about returning to the office.
Successful leaders know that company culture is more than a concept; it’s often the factor that separates a good workplace from a great one.
Thanks to technology–and a desire for more elastic work options–many businesses are taking advantage of shared office spaces.
Data can give facilities managers the competitive edge they are looking for. Data analysis can be very manageable if you start small.
Visitor management is about more than security. A good system can help your company or building provide a better guest experience.
Each company should implement its own rules and processes for desk and space sharing. But, there are some habits that all workplaces will want to apply, and avoid, to keep people happy and productive.
IWMS software is flexible, dynamic, and easy to use, making it an attractive option for professionals looking to excel in their industry.
We as a workforce need to relearn some things about collaborative working, work processes, and productivity now that offices are open again.