5 Terms You Need to Know for the Future of Work

Over the last year, we've all certainly learned a lot about the ways we can work, and we've seen a number of changes already start to take hold and rise in popularity as we collectively plan our future work models. Thinking back to 2019, the thought of working remotely was largely frowned upon by many employers, and the concept of a distributed, hybrid work model was still in its infancy. Now, the distributed model is what many are striving for and what many organizations are starting to adopt; after all, the more flexible a workplace (and work model) can be, the better, according to employees.

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3 Myths and Misconceptions About the Future of Work: Busted

What have you heard about the future of work?

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Here's what makes Framery One so special (and why we love it)

Have you heard about Framery's new One pod? You may know Framery as the masterminds of the soundproof pod, and you may have seen their other pods in action before, but the new Framery One pod takes things to the next level.

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Take a Look Inside the First-Ever Old Spice Barbershop

Situated in The Ohio State University's South Campus Gateway district, the first ever brick-and-mortar Old Spice location has just opened its doors to the public. 

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3 Design Shifts and Workplace Trends to Watch

If there is one thing we can glean from 2020 about the role of the office and workspace, it's that the future of the workspace is flexible. Understanding why we have certain types of spaces, who uses them, and what purpose each holds is already helping us build smarter, more focused spaces of tomorrow, but what does that look like? What will we see throughout this year and beyond to better help us create tomorrow's spaces?

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Herman Miller's Headway Tables Are Making Today's Meetings Possible

Technology – it’s always getting bigger and better, more powerful, and more impactful on how we live and work. With whole-room video conference capabilities, increased WiFi usage and more powerful internet needs, and so many integrated tech tools at our disposal, we’re making work areas and meeting spaces more connected than ever! However, these advancements often come at a price.

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The Future of the Workplace, Seen by Future Leaders

The workplace as we know has been changing even prior to the pandemic. Over the last decade, we’ve seen changes in style, design, form, and even type of space to meet the ever-changing needs of today’s workers. Flexible workplaces have grown in popularity, and flexible desk options have enabled the integration and collaboration of departments like never before. What, then, will tomorrow bring?

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Take an Inside Look at DIRTT's Custom Solutions for the City of Dublin

The options and opportunities with DIRTT interior construction are about as limitless as your imagination, and when the City of Dublin needed to build out and create their new City Hall, DIRTT was the perfect solution that gave them the integrated technology and custom look they needed!

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Working from home? Don't forget self-care!

An increasing number of professionals around the world are working remotely (at least part-time) for the near future. Because most employees didn't have the time to prepare for this big change, many of us weren't prepared with the tools we needed to make working remotely efficient. Even if you have moved on from your kitchen table and now have a proper desk and chair, it's important to remember that we all need a bit of time for ourselves and our health (including mental) needs to be a priority. Here's some ways you can get creative with your self-care strategies.

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How To Overcome Your Biggest Obstacle In Returning To The Workplace

The numbers don't lie: your team wants to return to the workplace, at least part-time. Whether it's a hybrid model (as we're seeing with our schools), back in phases, or whatever format fits your needs, we know the office isn't dead, and you're likely planning for a future where your team can collaborative safely together.

But, like many of our clients, you're probably facing some up-hill battles and complexities that don't make your return a breeze. How do you rearrange desks and workstations? Do you put up plexiglass dividers or barriers? How will your team be able to exist and work safely in one space, and what will you do to ensure their safety is above all else?

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