Shhhh… you hear that?
It’s the sound of a quiet office between Christmas and New Year’s Day.
I’d venture to guess you’re either traveling, “working” from home, or sitting in an unsettlingly empty office right now. No matter how you slice it, productivity probably isn’t at an all-time high.
What better time to catch up on some reading? I’ve dug through the numbers to find our 10 most popular articles from 2017—it’s a great way to feel productive when all you want to do is eat leftover holiday treats and nap.
A full-service hotel sounds pretty nice this time of year. But what if your office worked like that all year?
Last year, we asked meeting and event planners what they wanted to see in 2017. We’re working on next year’s survey now, so stay tuned on what’s changed!
Turning a coffee bean into the perfect cup of joe is no easy task. Here’s how our friends at For Five make it happen.
Forget millennials, Gen Z is coming! Here’s what they want from their office.
As a New Yorker, I’m duty-bound to make fun of Boston. But when it comes to Boston’s tech scene and smart city initiatives, they’ve got it going on. We just have a better baseball team.
Members-only clubs might draw to mind golf courses and stuffy smoking lounges, but they’re starting to make a comeback with younger generations. Here’s why.
Great workplace amenities are more than just ping-pong tables. Here’s what the experts recommend.
Meetings often elicit eye rolls from the corporate world, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
As you might be keenly aware of right now, the holiday season has a way of sneaking up on you up. Next year, start planning your company holiday party in June.
Drab cubicles, fluorescent lights, uncomfortable chairs—most offices aren’t always designed for maximizing happy and productive workers. Here’s how you can fix that.