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The spread of the coronavirus poses unknown challenges for us all. At Crown Workspace, our priority is to protect the health of our employees, customers, suppliers and partners.
Amid the current coronavirus situation, employers are being encouraged to let employees work from home to help limit the spread of the virus. To help people better understand how to set up a workspace at home, we’ve put together the following tips:
There is really no excuse to throw away old desks, furniture and IT equipment in the race to modernise businesses that are refurbishing or moving offices.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Ashley Lawrence as our new Head of Interiors, as we aim to press home the sustainability agenda.
In an era in which the environment is increasingly a major focus for both business and politics, the phrase ‘circular economy’ is expected to be one to follow 2020.
For many organisations, the drive to minimise the impact of business on our wider environment has moved on from a ‘nice to have’ to a business imperative.
We make high-value equipment from well-known brands available at the fraction of the price of buying new, giving you access to top-quality equipment on tight budgets.
The environmental arguments for moving to circular business practices are extensive, but what are the wider social benefits for an organisation moving towards circularity?
Just over one year ago, Crown Workspace acquired Premier Workplace Services, helping to underline its commitment to the workplace change sector.
Moving into a new office is an exciting time for any company but for those managing the relocation, it can be hugely stressful.
Budgeting for workplace change is always a balancing act which requires detailed planning, careful research and varying degrees of negotiation and concession.
The way our place of work looks, feels, and functions is tremendously important to how happy, healthy and effective we are.