As people slowly go back to work, COVID-19 is going to change the way we interact with one another as well as our office interior design. Read on to learn about how to design a post-COVID workspace.
As a business owner, hiring the right construction management crew to help make your workplace design millennial-friendly is the first step to draw these individuals in.
As an essential service provider, Dancon Construction has done the research into what’s required of commercial construction companies during COVID-19 in order to safely cater to the needs of the Toronto public.
The work from home transition has challenged workplace dynamics that existed prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, as both employers and their staff are seeing inefficiencies with time, finances, and employee resources.
The transition to working from home during COVID-19 has shown that when business-as-usual resumes, conversation on new ways of working will spring up across the board.
Interior design encompasses a lot of different elements - not just the decorative and aesthetic aspects, but the design and space of the office itself to help increase productivity.
As office cultures and employee well-being come more into focus, the role of office design will play an even stronger role in helping you achieve your bottom line and increasing productivity.
Relocating or renovating a commercial space is a heavy undertaking that impacts your team and business operations, so you want to make sure it’s done right the first time.
Effectively managing resources available to complete their deliverables is the key to supporting staff productivity and well-being throughout the life of the renovation project.
In 2020, there is a need for dynamic spaces to suit the varying needs of your staff, their skills, and your company - from employee wellness to inter-generational collaboration.
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