Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Productivity articles below.
A new study reveals that employees are more than twice as likely to avoid discussing concerns with remote colleagues.
Many organizations are adopting a hybrid way of working, giving employees more autonomy and flexibility around where or how they work.
Tech aggravation can lead to bigger issues impacting employee engagement, customer experience, and business results, according to new Eagle Hill research.
A new productivity guide from Tork is inspired by kaizen, the Japanese management philosophy that advocates all employees be engaged in improving a business.
New study of the COVID-19 American Workforce reveals that employees like working remotely; employers cite greater workforce productivity, increasing diversity still a concern.
Financial instability, bringing employees back to the office, and developing a COVID-19 vaccine policy are biggest obstacles facing businesses, finds Paychex, Inc.
Thousands of Schneider Electric employees across the U.S. will have access to Upflex’s network of more than 2,100 coworking spaces.
Facility managers are looking to technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to help employees safety return to work.
Establishing an updated set of workplace and workforce management best practices that better reflects the profound changes in the way we work will be essential as we roll into 2021.
Preparing for the holidays every year is challenging. This year, distribution center managers have to consider the role that COVID-19 plays in every aspect of operations.
A new report from Udemy provides a look at the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on American workers and the workplace.
Nearly 70 percent of federal employees who telework want to increase telework, only three percent want to telework less than they did prior to COVID-19, finds a new survey from Eagle Hill Consulting.
Companies are adjusting to the new work-from-home world with mental health support and workday changes.
As the country reopens from the coronavirus shutdown, National Safety Council urges employers to prepare for a surge in addiction issues and offers guidance for proper handling.
A new survey reveals the majority of human resources executives expect the shift toward teleworking to continue, even one year after COVID-19 substantially subsides.
In just a few decades, facility management has morphed from a mere provider of services to a key cog in the business growth engine.
Does your organization urgently need employees to work from home due to COVID-19? Try these five helpful tips.
Coworking spaces have challenges many traditional offices don't, such as lack of privacy, limited space, distractions, and security issues.
This free video webinar will provide insight on how and where to apply technology tools for a streamlined, productive workplace.
Waterlogic survey shows offering access to hot and cold filtered water can increase employee wellbeing and productivity, and keep plastic bottles out of landfills.
Fitwel measures the health impact of a building based on how it promotes occupant safety, how it increases physical activity, and how it affects the health of the surrounding community.
When done right, an open office can help the financial health of a business, and also enhance productivity and engagement for its hardworking employees.
Amerlux's new AERUS lighting solution maximizes technological advances in electronics and optics to create better work environments that promote productivity and employee health.
New report shows that enterprise adoption of AR/VR will hinge on worker acceptance and the influence of consumer technology.
New report from EVERFI finds that negative stress, as well as high rates of toxic and negative culture, are common in the workplace.
Nearly two-thirds of American knowledge workers believe traditional offices will be obsolete by 2030, according to Zapier report.
Many commercial real estate (CRE) executives expect to double commitment to coworking in next five years, according to survey by Cushman & Wakefield and CoreNet Global.