- Stay Flexible for Technological ChangeThe accelerating pace of change in technology is changing how, when and where we work. Interior solutions must be agile and ready to host technology that has not yet been developed.
- Win the War for TalentThere is a growing need to recruit and retain knowledge workers. With four generations in the workforce, there is a dramatic shift in how we intentionally design and furnish interiors to impact employee satisfaction.
- Encourage InnovationBusiness-critical innovation depends on employee engagement, yet 70% of employees say they are not fully engaged. Creating engaging spaces helps increase innovation and creativity.
- Accommodate Distributed WorkTechnology has created a mobile workforce that is always on, resulting in opportunities to rethink how to utilize your space. Reallocation of space can result in new strategies for collaboration and distributed work.
- Communicate Your Social ResponsibilitySocial values matter and they are particularly important to Gen Y. Studies show 86% of young adults would consider leaving their employer if they feel their values don’t align. Space is an opportunity to make your values visible to both your employees and clients.
Bringing panels down creates the “library effect.” Employees become more aware of people around them and naturally work more quietly.
Flexible seating and agile walls create one space that can be used many ways throughout the day.
Designing space for specialized technology, like this check-in kiosk, requires special considerations like visibility and traffic flow.
Furniture that says “Welcome!”
Your choice of décor and furniture speaks volumes about how much your organization cares about visitor comfort.
Raise Wellness with Sit/Stand Desks
Desks that can easily adjust from sitting to standing height encourage wellness. Studies show companies save $3 to $6 for every $1 invested in wellness.