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Office design can play a big part in helping employers support their teams with mental health and sleep deprivation.
Growing the business implies making room for more staff? But the average office occupancy is reducing.
The main challenge is in predicting how buildings will need to adapt for technology that has yet to be developed.
Even in this highly mobile world, location of SMEs businesses remains one of the most important decisions made.
Furniture in your workspace can influence the organisation’s appearance, culture and most importantly, the atmosphere.
Design plays a key role – enhancing employee productivity to showcasing business ethos.
Planning a move in 2018? There is already plenty to start thinking about, and Christmas is a good time to begin.
The Christmas period is a strange time for businesses – the workload tends to calm down but the office remains open.
Sleep pods, office yoga and an on-site masseuse – as glamorous as it sounds Britain isn’t interested!
In the 18th century, companies maximized the output by wanting employees to be productive round the clock.
British workers no longer have their best ideas while sitting in the boardroom according to a new poll of office workers.
Workers are genuinely concerned about office environments affecting their wellbeing and their ability to focus.