Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. employee engagement articles below.
A new global survey by Mindspace confirms that employees of large U.S. companies are happiest, but small to medium enterprises (SMEs) lag far behind.
Americans are embracing the ability to use emoji in their written communications at work, as well as in their personal life, according to a new survey.
The hour-long lunch break may be dead, and its demise may be killing employee job satisfaction at American workplaces, according to a recent survey by Tork.
With an eye on employee engagement and real estate efficiency, C3i Solutions in Horsham, PA made a move that consolidated three locations.
As demand for remote work options increase, facility planners should assess organizational culture and processes to ensure workplace design that fosters productivity for all employees.
A recent workplace design survey commissioned by Capital One sought insight from 2,500 professionals across five U.S. metro areas.
While it may seem impossible, a Zero Harm Culture for workplace health and safety can be achievable by following five key steps.
Does your company need a Chief Happiness Officer? Nearly 90% of workers think it's a good idea, according to a new report on the workplace from JLL.
Digital convergence enables new possibilities for workplace management that can deliver cost reductions, improve operations, and facilitate occupant productivity.
Within the same building, Charles River Associates moved from a 30 year old space to one that supports 21st century work processes and technology.
With technology making it possible for many to work virtually anywhere, it’s important to provide spaces and amenities to help employees thrive.
Whether they're searching for dates online, making macaroni art, or texting, a recent survey found two or more hours a day are lost in productivity because employees are distracted.
The new Global Workplace Report from Steelcase finds increased control over work experience ties to higher employee engagement.