(on a budget)
Here's what to do when the budget for your office party is limited (or non-existent).
A tale of managing space and time
Language is an approximation of thought - so it should come as no surprise that similar expressions tend to be mistaken for one another. Here's how a meeting room manager differs (greatly) from a meeting scheduler.
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.
(tl;dr - Yes, you can. With The Receptionist)
Office Automation and the Internet of Things are slowly improving our lives and - to a growing extent - our jobs. This week, we're focusing on the Reception Desk.
How smart technology is impacting the office environment in 2017.
The office has seen many revolutions over the last quarter century, computer's, email and the internet have all revolutionised the workplace. To keep up with this revolution and the emergence of smart office technology, successful companies will need to do their best to keep up with the increasing pace of change.
(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.
In Outlook, Google Calendar, on paper or in YArooms
Booking a room can be quick and painless. Or not.