Thanks to technological advancements, more and more employers are hiring remote employees from around the globe and allowing them to be productive anytime and anywhere they can access a stable Internet connection. In today’s blog post, local conference room rental provider 4Corners Business Centers provides some tips for interviewing and hiring remote employees.
Flexible—this is the word that best describes the modern workplace. Flexible workplace policies such as telecommuting and unconventional schedules aren’t just good for productivity; they can also affect employee wellness in a positive way. In today’s blog post, 4Corners Business Centers, your local conference room rental provider, takes a closer look at the relationship between flexible workplaces and employee wellness.
Traditionally, offices were designed with structure in mind, putting more emphasis on privacy and individuality than collaboration. In many traditional office spaces, the only place where employees could hold meetings were an in-office conference room or conference room rental. Today, more and more office landscapes are favoring open layouts, changing the look and feel of corporate settings for good.
If you’ve ever walked out of meeting rooms feeling overly stressed or if you’ve felt like you could barely keep your head above water at work, you may be inclined to say you’re “burning out.” Complaints of burnout are common in the workplace–so much so that, in a recent addition to the International Classification of Diseases, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared office burnout an officially diagnosable condition.