It’s uplifting and positive to see more and more companies improving work-life balance and putting more effort into creating socialised spaces for their employees. One way companies are helping to improve staff wellbeing is by creating a chilled office relaxation room. Stuck on ideas? Here are our top picks.
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Breakout areas are a growing office trend over the years as workplaces push for more open-plan office dynamics and focus more on employee wellbeing. The initial idea of a breakout area was to provide more communal settings to encourage team-building, to improve group work and to utilise workspace more efficiently. Now in a post-COVID world, breakout areas are providing benefits we’ve never really thought of before.
After more than three months of lockdown, the world is finally starting to reopen. Shops are trading once again and people can finally get a haircut, next to return are the office workers. In many ways, the traditional office is going to undergo some of the most extreme changes. Business owners will have to find the perfect balance between allowing people to do their jobs efficiently, whilst keeping them safe and the surroundings clean. Read More
As the world looks to try and return to some resemblance of normal, something that will be on a lot of office workers’ minds is how workplaces will be made sanitary. Employers will have an obligation to their staff to make offices safe and to drastically reduce the risk of transmitting infections between people.
Fortunately it can be quite easy to put these measures in place. All it takes is a bit of logical thinking, gentle encouragement and the cooperation of all involved. Here’s a few ideas from the experts at Diamond Interiors… Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down, especially when it comes to how and where people do their jobs.
Eventually, no one can say for certain, things will try to go back to some resemblance of normal. But the thing is, they won’t ever be quite the same. The way we work in offices is going to change dramatically, but how? We take a look at our predictions for how workplaces will need to adapt for a post-COVID-19 future. Read More
Office hygiene is of utmost importance on any given day but unfortunately, employers often lose grasp of it as their focus continually shifts and they prioritise other policies. Improving and maintaining office hygiene (especially when managing a lot of employees) can be challenging. We can often forget about cleanliness when we’re busy in meetings, managing and chasing emails but we’ve compiled a helpful guide on how to help hygiene in the workplace. Read More
As we say goodbye to winter, people are gearing up for the spring clean. And your office environment should be no exception. If your office is looking a little tiresome and you’ve become a little complacent during the winter slump, now could be the perfect time to revitalise and bring a new lease of life into your office. We look at the top office design trends of 2020 to give you fresh inspiration and to help your employees have a spring in their step.
How many meetings have you been to in your career so far? We bet you can’t count. While there’s a lot of advice and tips out there on running a great meeting that gets the outcome you desire, there’s not a whole lot on perfecting the room itself. So we’ve done it for you and asked the question, what makes a good meeting room? Here’s the answer. Read More
When it comes to an office relocation, you’re going to want things to go as smoothly as possible for everyone involved. That means packing up everything at your old office and moving to your new one with minimal disruption for all your staff. It may sound impossible, but with a little bit of planning and organisation, it can be done!
Office Feng Shui doesn’t have to be difficult or overly complicated. In fact, all it takes is a little clever thinking and tweaking of your layout to ensure positive vibes are in abundance in your workspace. Here’s our top tips for perfecting your Feng Shui one simple step at a time. Read More