Design features and savvy amenities are appreciated, but it’s important to start with the basic comforts that people have become accustomed to while working from home.
This spring we will be showcasing inspiring women in their respective industries. We will be looking at their footprint both in the industry and community. These women are known to be thought leaders; clearing the way forward in Workplaces today!
When we consider the topic of wellness in the workplace, it really boils down to happiness–and employee happiness is rooted in trust and respect.
The future of the office will continue to be shaped by resilient office designs with office arrangements oriented towards employees.
With a new year also comes the time to reflect. After a year of realizing that the office is here to stay, we can now focus on how to make it better.
When you are searching for an ergonomic chair it's easy to notice the higher prices. However, quality ergonomic office chairs cost more for several reasons.
High-performance work chairs empower the body, so people stay comfortable as they work.
Feedback on your team's work experience may be an easy process with a small team, but if you plan on growing, you need to think ahead.
Many employees are not in a hurry to return to the office. Companies everywhere are shifting their focus from a hiring to a retention edge. How you ask? By creating a desirable work experience.
Workscapes is proud to announce our new Director of Community Engagement Samantha O'Lenick.
Often times decisions about how an office is set up or what tools are used are determined by executives in a board room. How can you be sure those decisions will meet the needs of your workers? You could ask them with Hopewell Align.
Here at Workscapes happy clients are our top priority when it comes to our buildouts. Dr. Jim Norman, CEO of Norman/Clayman Endocrine Institute had positive feedback regarding our process.
You have a limited amount of money to spend on facilities improvement. Using data could be the answer to ensuring you use this budget most effectively.
In the midst of the 'great resignation', it's time to rethink our approach to work experience. Applying principles of consumer experience research to empower effective work could be the key to attracting and keeping great talent.
The pandemic has been an opportunity for the construction sector to take a step away from traditional methods and move toward off-site, manufacturing-style prefabrication.
General contractors and owners are leaning more towards prefabricated methods of construction because it provides flexibility without limiting creativity. Opportunities are endless because prefabricated and modular construction allows for flexibility in the structure design.
The Workscapes family is excited to welcome David Loos, a senior account executive based out of our Tampa headquarters.
Tech advances, student generations change, and new curriculums come to fruition. And that change was accelerated during the pandemic, forcing education institutions to rapidly adapt their experiences.
With prefabrication custom is standard. This may seem expensive, but the efficiency and future flexibility of modular construction saves you money in the long term.