To truly understand how well your office space, tech, and policies serve your people, you need to craft an employee engagement survey.
Today’s digital workplace strategy requires the convergence of two roles: IT and facilities management. With access to new workplace and facilities data through occupancy, productivity, space management analytics, these roles can collaborate on ways to make the digital and physical worlds connect as seamlessly as possible.
Hot desking is only as successful as the equipment and software in the office to support it. To make flexible seating work for employees, companies need to provide the right hot desking equipment, from universal monitors and wiring to reliable WiFi to a simple plug and play setup.
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.
Robin’s new workplace analytics provide insights into office space utilization to answer questions like: Does your office have enough meeting spaces? When is the office busiest? How are spaces being used? Are the right conference rooms being used for specific types of meetings? How much office space could you save?
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.
Learn how IT and Facilities are teaming up on the digital workplace strategy to make the office run more smoothly and increase employee productivity. This transformation is driving new data and insights to power the workplace experience.
The most efficient companies rely on workplace data to optimize the office and enhance both existing and new employee experience. Learn some of the common ways to use workplace analytics.
Robin’s desk booking solution helps employees find and book a desk within seconds, directly from an interactive workplace map.
For a while, traditional floor plans taped to a wall worked just fine. But with a growing need for companies to maximize productivity, employees need up-to-date interactive office maps in order to work their best.
Robin’s latest calendar extension tools make it easy to schedule workplace activities beyond meetings to help employees plan, schedule and navigate their workday within a flexible office environment.
I need to get something off my chest. Working in an open floor plan office is the worst.
There are a lot of naysayers of the open office layout. But savvy, modern companies are realizing that activity-based working offers a productive and elegant design solution.
Strike the perfect balance between beautiful conference room design and privacy with these tips.
Experts in office design and company culture came together for a panel to chat all things workplace, specifically how to build out a modern office.
First it was 7 day work weeks. Then 5. Now people are talking about 4 hours. We explore the history of the workweek and where it’s headed.
If you want to get the most out of your vacation, make sure you schedule the magic number of days away from the office.
You’re up to your eyeballs in work (and stress) and need to schedule a day off. Here’s why Monday beats Friday, any day.
Preparing for vacation is easier than you think. Use these Slack #hacks and you’ll know exactly what we mean.