As the response to COVID-19 continues to unfold across the country, one thing is certain: getting back into the office won’t happen as rapidly as getting out did. Based on the national and local guidelines, we mapped out a four-phased approach for returning to the office.
This employee survey template helps uncover what did and didn’t work well for employees in their work from home setups and what they want to see in the workplace when they return. These results will help prioritize what people need to be productive and comfortable in the workplace after COVID-19.
Yesterday the USA previewed the first national guidelines for how the return to office would unfold. They aren’t complete, but the themes emerging indicate companies will need to make big changes to how they operate for the mid-term.
With their teams safely out of the office and plugged in remotely brings the opportunity for workplace teams to plan a smooth transition for when it comes time to go back to the office. Our team of workplace experts and virtual tools to map out new floor plans and seating arrangements are here to help.
In this Q/A, we hear about the latest trends in facility management and how today’s FM professionals strive to create a stellar, employee-centric workplace experience. We interviewed Zack Farrar, IFMA Member and Facilities Manager at Jacob’s Engineering.
Flexible seating can be a big transition for any company. In this post, we dive into what reverse hoteling is and how it can be leveraged to test out or expand flexible seating options in your office.
A status board — a type of workplace digital signage — displays activity in the office on large TVs or touch screen kiosks. They show a list view of meeting rooms and desks with real-time availability. With ideal placement in the office, status boards can improve the workplace experience.
Robin’s leaders reflect on workplace trends of 2019, and predict will happen in the coming year. From employee centricity to the technology driving us into the future, here’s what they see having the biggest impact on workplace experience in 2020.
Bridging the gap between the physical office and remote workplace for the “work from anywhere” movement can improve employee experience, regardless of team or physical attendance.
A group of Robinauts attended the Workplace Innovation Summit 2019 and here are the top takeaways.
We made this quick quiz (9 questions!) to help office managers determine the best office amenities for their workplace. This quiz will reveal what amenities your employees need to be productive and happy throughout their workday going into 2020.
Learn what office metrics every organization should be measuring in a data-driven workplace strategy to align workplace expectations with reality and discover the consequences of relying on guesses instead of data. Lessons from a Design Museum Morning session led by Robin’s senior product manager, Emily True.
Learn why a data-driven workplace strategy is the best way to align workplace expectations with reality and discover the steep consequences of relying on assumptions instead of data. Lessons from a Design Museum Morning session led by Robin’s senior product manager, Emily True.
Dozens of universities including Columbia University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Arizona use Robin to make the room booking experience simpler across their campuses. Robin increases flexibility for students and empowers faculty and staff to understand how resources are used around campus.
Adopting a flexible work environment is no small feat. Taking a moment to step back and consider everything from the high-level parameters like budget or location to the tiny details like furniture and technology will start the process off on the right foot.
Today’s savvy companies are creating a role for a workplace experience manager, director or CEEO, to optimize the workplace environment as it relates to the employee experience. Here’s a look at how this role is evolving and how these professionals are shaping the future of the workplace.
Arming yourself with the knowledge of what kind of office setting you can be most productive in is so important when it comes to daily productivity and future job opportunities. Take our quick workplace quiz to determine your ideal work environment.
When it comes to employee privacy, the focus has shifted to how employers and employees can strike a balance of control over office space and resources. Organizations should consider what types of spaces they provide for their employees to give them a healthy sense of privacy.
Feel like you’re up to your ears in open office grievances? You’ve come to the right place. We created a list of open office hacks for improving the workspace to help solve top complaints.
Facing productivity issues in your workplace? It’s possible you’ve outgrown your office. Here are 10 signs you need more space in your workplace.