engagement

Is microchipping the new norm?

Is microchipping the workforce the next tech step-change?

It has echoes of a Hollywood sci-fi blockbuster, but is the idea of microchipping your workforce really so far-fetched? Condeco research suggests not

Are filters a gimmick or a necessary workplace tool?

Filtering out reality: the next leap for video integrated meetings

A necessary work tool or a gimmick detracting from real work? How far do filters integrated in video conferencing systems go to improve appearance create a sense of empowerment and confidence in workers?

Graphic design changes how we interact with our environment

Four ways environmental graphics can improve employee experience

From wayfinding and visual communications to improving creativity and mental focus, experiential graphic design can play a critical role in how we interact with our workplace

Coming up: key trends affecting the European market

From automation to changing work styles, Aki Stamatis, chairman of Fourfront Group, looks at the trends he is seeing affecting the European workplace market this year

Condeco working from home

Busting the myths of working from home

There are clear reported benefits for working from home, yet employers are reluctant to believe that the office is not the best place for their employees. Condeco unveils the truths behind common misconceptions of working from bed…I mean, home

Condeco workplace productivity

Productivity push: Condeco’s agile response to the Stoddart Review

The Stoddart Review places the workplace at the centre of change to fix the UK’s productivity dip. Condeco’s technology can help organisations to become more agile

Food for thought: can organisations boost productivity through food subsidies?

How far do free food programs (FFP) go to increase productivity and engagement in the workplace? And at what point do the benefits outweigh the initial costs? Aramark looks at when a free food program is the right move for an organisation

Smart messaging: making software and interfaces our friends

In the third and final of a series of posts from architects BVN on the digital revolution affecting the workplace, the focus switches to the potential for improving human experience