It’s an evolution. A revolution… and it’s all about the employee. Workplace trends are no longer about how to drive a workforce, but rather how to engage and make employees happy and productive, in order to maximize their potential.
Over the last decade, there have been monumental changes in the workplace. Technology is now an integral part of virtually everything we do. Our workforce is no longer comprised of one generation, but rather four very unique and different generations. Competition is at an all-time
Are you actively engaged at work? Do you trust your colleagues and leaders? What aspects of your organization do you feel create a positive environment; and where do you think your company is lacking? These are questions HR and FM leaders across the globe are
Agile working seems to be the most powerful result of recent technological advances. Smart(er) phones, cloud-based business tools, and increased access to Wi-Fi enable today’s workforce to be productive in virtually any setting. The traditional office space has been redefined and the traditional nine to
“Design for culture” has become a popular topic of conversation in the business community. Organizations of every size are learning that the culture they foster effects every facet of the business, trickling all the way down to the bottom line. But, what exactly does “design
The Millennial generation is entering the workforce at an astounding rate. In fact, they are expected to comprise over 50% of the working population by 2020 and up to 75% by the year 2025. These numbers, coupled with the technological advances that have occurred over the last decade,
Today’s facilities manager is tasked with the complex job of transforming the workplace into a space that supports the workforce, as well as long-term organizational goals. As the business landscape becomes increasingly more complicated and a fourth generation of employees enters the workforce, the FM’s