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So a Millennial Walks into an Office... How 7 Years and 100s of Office Visits Translate into the Future of Work
May 19th, 2017
In my 12 years of traveling to different companies, I’ve seen an array of office space from old to new, plain to the extreme, bold to reserved, and el...
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How Facial Recognition Technology Will Save Companies Time and Money
May 18th, 2017
Facial recognition technology has been usefully implemented for a few years now - most notably in some smartphones as a means of unlocking the device ...
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Remote Access Control Using Mobile Devices
May 11th, 2017
We’re already seeing a good deal of this in the modern workplace, but soon enough it should be implemented across almost every industry for every busi...
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How Tech Will Make Offices 'Smarter' in 2017
February 10th, 2017
Over the years, technology has continually advanced, and businesses have taken advantage of its advancements to get work done faster, cut costs, turn ...
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Modern Office Misconceptions
January 19th, 2017
Tech elites including Facebook, Google and Amazon are often at the top of job seekers lists, and understandably so, as these companies are notorious f...
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Weaving Wearable Technology Into Work Life
November 4th, 2016
Technology continues to advance at high speed, aligning quicker than ever with the sci-fi future we see in the movies. Wearable technology, specifical...
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The Future of Workplace Innovation
September 8th, 2016
There’s a direct link between office design and business performance. The right type of workplace is a company’s foundation for a high-performing work...
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Boomerang Employees: How to Make the Right Call About Rehiring
July 5th, 2016
For decades, most companies have levied an arbitrary “no rehire” rule. They’ve assumed that if an employee has left the company or was fired, there’s ...
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Why Workplace Flexibility Works
May 28th, 2016
Let’s say you’ve been given two job offers. Both companies offer the same pay and benefits, but the two differ in their terms of when and where you wo...