Employees are a company’s greatest assets, which is why workplaces are aiming to design spaces that engage workers in a way that enhances productivity. While collaboration continues to be a big trend this year, companies are finding that it is equally important to provide flexible spaces that best fit their culture, their demographics and their industry.
Recent studies show a correlation between poor health and sitting for long periods of time. Many medical experts have even referred to sitting as the new smoking! As a result, more and more workplaces are providing diversity in their workstations, allowing employees the mobility they need to improve their productivity and wellbeing.
When you step into your office, what comes to your mind? Do you find the space offers a nice work environment? Are you proud to bring clients into your office for meetings? Or does your lackluster workplace leave you uninspired and unmotivated?
Each year I look forward to attending NeoCon®, which is North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors. This event gathers over 40,000 architecture and design professionals in Chicago for three days of non-stop resources, energy, and ideas.
Are you making the move to join the more than 40 percent of the nation’s workforce who work from home? Well, then it is time to clean out the clutter and begin designing your new home office. Unlike a traditional office environment which can be sterile and boring, look to put your own personality into your work space.
Commercial real estate is typically shown as an empty unit to potential renters to ascertain the size and layout of the space. However, by staging a vacant commercial space, a landlord can provide a better impression of the space, creating more interest and setting the stage for a deal in the shortest time possible.
There is a bright spot in commercial real estate, and it’s streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows in office spaces around the country. From traditional businesses to tech startups, modern, open workspaces are all the rage in major metropolitan areas across the country.
This week at CORT we’re thinking of ways to help you make the most of your office furniture rental. Office furniture rental doesn’t just benefit those in the boardroom! A home office can also transform for the better with the help of office furniture rental.
Are you starting up a new office or is your existing office starting to feel a little stifling? Boost everyone’s productivity by setting up comfortable, inspiring workspaces with suitable technology and office furniture. Rental office spaces can be incredibly productive places when set up properly.