Beyond the Demand: The New Worker, The New Work, The New Product

Beyond the Demand: The New Worker, The New Work, The New Product

The workplace has been in a state of change ever since there has been a place where people meet, together, to do work. So what makes today any different from previous moments of critical change? 

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Six Design Principles to Support Wellbeing

Six Design Principles to Support Wellbeing

Needs for collaboration, team building and individual focus are just a few reasons employees are heavily relying on their office to provide them with access to the people and tools they need to get work done.

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Vinyl Ownership and Streaming Membership - What it Means for Workplace

Vinyl Ownership and Streaming Membership - What it Means for Workplace

In 2014 vinyl album sales reached their highest number recorded since the industry started monitoring LP sales in the early nineties. That same year, music streaming services saw an increase of 54 percent (wsj.com). In the years since, both of those markets continue to grow. But what does this mean for Workplace?

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Attracting and Retaining the Next Generation of Talent

Similar to marketing, knowing your target audience’s values surpasses demographics. What captures their attention, motivates them to action, and drives their loyalty? Displaying that your company actively supports individual employee values is key in attracting and retaining the next generation of talent. 

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Digital Natives and the Workplace of the Future

A majority of people we currently define as millennials are already in the workforce, so why are some companies still puzzled by them? In 5 years, we will be working side by side with a new generation so it’s time to think beyond millennials and plan for the workforce of the future. 

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