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.
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?
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.
Looking to upgrade your office’s touch screen displays and digital signage? We listed the pros and cons of several touch screen displays, kiosks, and other digital signage to help make the decision process easier.
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.
In an interview with Luc Camperman of Veldhoen + Company, one of the founders of the activity-based working model, he reveals what companies need to focus on in order to make ABW a success in the office.
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.
Following our Series B, we decided to revamp our core company values. Following the advice of one of our return investors, we collectively came up with 5 company values to keep pushing us forward as we continue to grow the Robin team.
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.
We talked to Eleanor Forster, Managing Director of the North Americas at Leesman, about the future of workplace experience and why we need to keep digging into actionable data.
Robin’s desk booking solution helps employees find and book a desk within seconds, directly from an interactive workplace map.
We designed this quiz to act as a quick office reality check. Answer a few questions and we’ll rate your workplace and uncover productivity blockers.
A no-show meeting means less conference room space for other employees to utilize and company resources go to waste. Here’s why and how to reduce abandoned meetings.
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.
As surprising as they may be, numbers don’t lie. Learn how to calculate office space and meeting room utilization in terms of usage, density, fit and popularity to understand how employees really work in the office, not how they think they work in it.
Here are the best ways to schedule recurring meetings in Outlook with tips on how to optimize your meeting calendars.
Too often, open offices are designed without employee health and well-being in mind. Here are design ideas to help alleviate stress-inducing pressure points in the workplace.