There are many questions surrounding how the world of work will rebound after the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some ideas on how we can prepare.
In a lifetime, we will spend 90,000 hours at work. The core purpose of our company is to make room for people to thrive within those hours. We believe that ideas and resources have the power to transform those hours to be more productive and enjoyable for every employee at every organization.
We recently decided to tweak our brand from Business Interiors of Idaho to BII and to launch the new slogan “Creating Inspired Spaces.” Here’s why.
Social spaces are a rising trend in workplace interior design. Employees expect more and more to work on the move, in more socially engaged environments.
While the process for buying commercial office furniture isn’t always as easy as click to order, there is no reason why it should be overcomplicated.
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The relationship between the human body and chair can minimize discomfort and promote people’s well-being—physically, emotionally, and cognitively. Task chairs should be built to accommodate the range of body sizes around the world.
A search for “company culture” turns up over 290,000,000 hits in a fraction of a second. Why does the topic earn so much press? Because it’s critically important, often misunderstood, and influences employee engagement.
Business trends, the value of space, and how changes in organizational workstyles affect office design; this paper discusses how to achieve a flexible balance between fixed and adaptable workspace elements.
As more and more of the economy is knowledge-based, there is a need to better identify of the difficulties of measuring knowledge outputs and how to carefully weigh decisions about the work environment that could impact an organization’s ability to effectively support its knowledge activities.