5 ways to make your workplace greener
There are many benefits to developing a more environmentally friendly workplace. Not only can it reduce your operational costs, but the carbon savings and greater sustainability credentials can be a great selling point for your business.
Flexible working trends hitting an office near you
Flexible working trends are becoming standard practice in every kind of industry. Smart companies are adopting a new approach to where, when and how their employees get the job done and this is proving to be beneficial to both them and their employees.
Reduce workplace stress with clever office design
We are proud to support the mental health charity Mind as our partner charity in 2016. That is why we’ve created a little blog about how we can reduce stress in the workplace. We hope you find our blog helpful…
The equation of a happy office
At the end of 2015, Peldon Rose conducted a survey to determine the equation of a happy office. Armed with this equation, and our expert advice, we hope you’ll be better placed to help staff beat the winter blues and boost productivity.
Reinvent your office, don’t relocate
Relocating your office can be a disruptive, time consuming and costly affair so, before deciding to move, we recommend seeing if you can reinvent your workplace with these tips:
7 simple design tips to improve your office
In order to help employees achieve their best performance, we need to give them the best possible space to work in. Updating the design of the workplace is easy when you know how, so we thought we’d share 7 simple tips to help get you started:
Flexible working practices and the era of trust
A new era is upon us in the workplace. Technology and trust has led the way to free people from their desks and, in return, companies are transforming their working practices and their workplace.
Attract the best new talent with your office
Despite rising fees, the number of Brits attending university continues to grow. In the wake of the latest raft of A-Level results came the news that record numbers had been accepted on to university courses.