Meeting room management articles
(and why it matters)
Whether we like or not, most of our lifetime is spent at work. This means that our physical and mental well-being is directly dependent on the way we feel during working hours. Office design can improve employee well-being, while also increasing productivity by enabling people to be better at their jobs.
That Won't Break the Bank
Employee appreciation is the easiest way to retain top talent, motivate employees, and drive productivity.
to complement your YArooms setup
You don't always meet face to face with everybody. Here are a couple of apps you can use if you don't want to break the bank.
(to which you're welcome to add)
While huge corporations are leveraging big data and behaviour tracking solutions to optimise every last inch of their operational costs, small businesses hardly need go so far - the cost of deploying intricate analysis systems far outweighs the benefits it could yield for middle-sized entrepreneurs.
(and one AI assistant)
Before you can schedule the room in which your meeting is going to take place, you must first agree on a date and time. Turns out, you have many options.
And how you can improve those numbers.
The average company holds at least 1 meeting every day. At least 3 people take part in it.
Read this before scheduling a conference room
Unless you work in a huge company, the Office Manager is the one to handle most HR duties. We put together the tactics we love to use when trying to bring a new team member in.
Not all office spaces are created equal
Just like pineapples aren’t apples and do not grow on pine trees, but do look like cones and are sweet like apples, hoteling is a confusing term.
that will make your colleagues happier
Moving office is a lot like moving house - a chance for a fresh start, for a new beginning. In a sense, a chance to fix past mistakes.
and discourage slacking off
Creative people go through 2 stages - insanely passionate and productive and then inhumanly lazy. This is due to their hunger for the new, for the unexplored.