Technology changes the world of work in two ways: by making us do old things better & faster, and by allowing us achieve completely new things. The latter is of course much more interesting.
Millennials and members of Gen Z are leaving school and university to set off into the world of work. One could forgive them for being tentative about their futures. The list of prospective challenges they may face can make for ugly reading but members of Gen Z are actually pretty confident about their financial future. We wanted to take a deeper look at what Millennials and Gen Z look for in their first workplace and what employers might need to look at in order to find and keep the best talent.
Domestic and commercial wall coverings are more popular than ever, with virtually limitless design options we look into the advantages of using the increasingly popular medium in a professional setting.
Workplace design is one of the larger benefits an organisation can offer. By creating a great work environment it will influence and effect the likely hood of retaining/obtaining highly valued & qualified workers.
The term ‘breakout area’ or the idea of a specific space dedicated to employee relaxation has been around for a while now. However, the terms increasing commonality is not necessarily reflected in the adoption rate amongst businesses.
We look into the benefits of using mood boards as a professional designer and how they can help when dealing with clients in the office fit out space and beyond.
Our guest blogger Dr. Caroline M. Burns (managing director of Workplace Revolution) looks into the coworking phenomenon and what it means for the future of work.