Is the Open Office Concept Dead?

Open offices were introduced in the 1960s to increase unquantifiable things like collaboration and creativity. After becoming more popular through the 1980s, 70% off office workspaces in the US today are open plans. While they were intended to be more flexible and contain a mix of both private and public spaces, they’re known as an… Read More

Reopening Your Workplace in a Post-COVID-19 World

At the time of this publication, a few states have begun a slow re-entry to the workforce post-COVID-19. As the rest of the country begins making decisions on stay-at-home orders and re-openings, it’s important to consider how your organization will safely return to the office. As more restrictions are lifted and workers make their way… Read More

Outgrowing Your Office? Warehousing Might be the Key

Having an office space that supports employee morale and boosts creativity and productivity is important for your business. Your office space’s atmosphere impacts collaboration, innovation and efficiency. If you’re outgrowing your office space, you might be in trouble. Are You Outgrowing Your Office Space? Be honest: is your company outgrowing its current space? Ask yourself… Read More