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Steelcase | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings
Productivity, And The Power Of Place
To boost employee engagement, facility executives focus on creating spaces that accommodate physical, cognitive, and emotional demands.
Spaces that have significant impact on patient satisfaction include waiting rooms, exam rooms, and infusion therapy spaces.
Simply redesigning the facility doesn't solve every engagement issue, but it can go a long way to energize and inspire employees in their work.
Whether in a hospital, medical office building, or urgent care center, healthcare waiting rooms aim to provide comfort and convenience.
The new Global Workplace Report from Steelcase finds increased control over work experience ties to higher employee engagement.
This new system makes it easier for facilities to provide power to mobile devices.
In considering the future of the office, vertical planes—or walls—are one of the most under-used surfaces. Conceptual applications incorporate V.I.A.—or vertical intelligent architecture—as a way to create intelligent rooms.
However, younger employees are taking advantage of these Web sites to communicate with co-workers.
The level conformance mark ensures a comprehensive, independent, and impartial assessment of the environmental and social impacts of a product’s manufacture.
The more stressful the situation (or position), the more a boss may take it out on employees, so instead of bullying, go take a walk!
According to findings from Steelcase and CoreNet Global, many choose to work in the office, even with alternative work strategies available.
Approximately 165,000 units are included in this recall, which was issued as a precautionary safety measure. The chairs are being recalled because the front seat support part of the chair can crack and fail, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
New environmental solutions help transition buildings into sustainability. From the October 2005 issue.