The problem for many people working from home isn’t about what you should be doing. Your role and responsibilities may have changed slightly due to COVID, but the tasks you were required to accomplish before working from home have probably remained the same.
You still need to get your work done.
It’s what you shouldn’t be doing that interrupts an otherwise productive workday. Here are five common mistakes people make while working from home.
With many states reopening after several months of stay at home orders, businesses are starting to head back to the office. Just as we are finally adapting to our new work-from-home routine, we may be forced to adapt to yet another one – the Coronavirus influenced workplace.
Attracting and retaining quality talent will always be a high priority for growing businesses. Many factors contribute to this goal, but workplace design is arguably one of the most important reasons why top-level talent decides to stick around.
We all know some trends (good and bad) survived the 80’s but office furniture clearly isn’t one of them. Old and outdated workplace design sends the wrong message to prospective talent. Here are a few new design trends for 2020 that are worth implementing in your workplace.
It’s no surprise to learn Generation Z is the social media generation. Always on and always connected. They are early adopters of start-up tech and, unlike previous generations, have not experienced an upbringing without internet technology readily available.
How does this translate into the workplace? It’s a question business need to address because, by 2020, people born after the mid-’90s will represent 20% of the workforce.
Kimball Acquires Designer Furniture Brand, David Edwards
BOLD Office Solutions is excited to announce the new partnership between Kimball and David Edwards. This partnership means BOLD is now able to offer our clients David Edward products. David Edward is a premier designer and manufacturer of contract furniture, sold in the healthcare, corporate, education and premium hospitality markets. Continue reading →