A Harris Interactive study found that the biggest pet peeve of employees is workplace gossip. Office Pulse by Captivate published a study where almost three-quarters of the 12,000 respondents admitted to talking about their colleagues or company while at the office. However, behind-the-scenes chitchats aren’t always a bad thing.Read more »
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, humans have consumed more resources in the last 50 years than ever before. The depletion of resources in such a short time is a danger to people and nature. Taking initiative and acting now can help save our planet.
A 2015 study at the University of Warwick in the UK discovered that happier individuals are 12 percent more productive than the average person. According to the Harvard Business Review, unhappy people aren’t only less motivated to accomplish things, they are also more likely to miss work and commit errors.
Remote workers are becoming increasingly common. Upwork’s Future Workforce Report projects that in the next decade, 38% of office workers will be working remotely. This trend isn’t surprising considering the numerous benefits of having a remote workforce, which include reduced office costs, larger access to a talent pool and higher productivity.
Preparing for future workforce trends will put your company in a more advantageous position in the future. Connecticut Business Centers, one of the top office space providers in the state, shares some tips on hiring remote workers below.
Work is becoming increasingly multi-disciplinary, which is why more and more companies are transforming their intimidating corner offices into more open and flexible spaces. Connecticut Business Centers, your go-to company in the state for all your office space needs, lists the benefits of open work spaces over traditional corner offices.