Workspace is an office provider that’s big on supporting the growth of its resident businesses.
We asked 16 business leaders of startups, established companies and multinational giants what their work desks look like, and what it means to them. Here’s why they keep their workspaces the way they do.
In a £1.3m investment from the Scottish government, an Edinburgh business hub is set for launch in a tram depot, which has been unused for 60 years.
With staff retention being a topic in the spotlight, it’s more important now than ever for bosses to stay ahead of trends, ensuring their offering is in line with what employees want. In order to attract and retain the best employees, small businesses need to keep up with the changing landscape and consider creating smarter workplaces.
Workspace design often gets overlooked as a driver for performance and employee engagement, becoming one of the lesser priorities for CEOs and CFOs. But matters such as territorial ownership, differing working practices, collaborative or individual spaces have all affected the modern workspace.
Creating a comfortable, efficient and attractive work space is essential to getting the best out of employees – so here's how to set one up in three steps.
We can all remember that London won the fierce bid for the Olympics 2012, an event that saw the UK unite. Design is a key weapon of such a crusade and Brand Oath is the British branding startup that went from arming global cities with aesthetically pleasing campaigns to grow by looking at the domestic market.
What is it that employees want the most in their "dream" office? What will keep your workers happy and productive? Here are the top ten items employees want.
Modern work practices, the use of mobile technologies, flexible working and a knowledge-based workforce are now becoming increasingly at odds with conventional office space.