For Silq, its new task chair, Steelcase replaces complex mechanisms with a single responsive substance.
It’s no secret that faulty office design can hamper your employees’ effectiveness, or that a terrible office design can leave everyone in it feeling downright miserable.
We spoke with Dr. Waj Hoda of Totum Life Science’s chiropractic clinic in Toronto — an expert in workstation ergonomics — for tips on how to give your body the support it needs.
To find out what it takes to set up a productive, professional, and comfortable home office, we spoke with Toronto interior designer Jane Lockhart.
As workforces become increasingly blended with a range of full-time, part-time, contract, and remote workers, many companies are looking to unassigned workstations to make the most of their office space.
Food for thought: your floor plan can impact your company’s success. Even when things are going smoothly at the office, it’s worth looking at how a few small tweaks to your office set-up can affect the intangibles that impact your success: worker happiness, efficiency — even how prepared you are to face the future.
Open-concept office design can offer undeniable benefits, from better communication within departments and a more collaborative atmosphere to more efficient use of space. But making an open-concept office work requires more planning than simply setting up rows of desks.