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Competing with WFH: How Companies are Designing Swanky Offices to Entice Employees

Offices to entice employees

Three years ago, most corporate employers moved their workplaces entirely online. Now, bringing employees back is proving to be a challenge. The flexibility and convenience offered by work-from-home jobs mean many employees do not want to return to the office. This much is clear from the results of a recent Gallup survey: While a…

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Hire Education: Work from Home, Sustainability and Content Creation

What’s your why and where are you going? It’s an interesting philosophy and one that few would associate with the real estate industry. But that’s par for the course when it comes to speaking with Roy Reis, Senior Vice President at Cresa. Reis sat down with long-time colleague Alex Anderson, Chief Financial Officer at Catapult,…

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How Easy-to-Use, Tech Products are Solving Work from Home Challenges

“The most profound change businesses are facing is that employees are not physically present together. But all of those people still need to work together as teams. How can technology help maintain an in-person level of productivity while still managing tech challenges?” – Ron Eccleston “If you’d asked me how long it would take…

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What Are The Cybersecurity Threats With Work-From-Home?

If you’ve noticed more young faces around your office, it’s because the future of the workforce is young… millennials are projected to make up 75% of American workers by 2025. And this group has never known life without modern technology and mobile apps. It’s no surprise, then that companies are investing in more devices and technologies,…

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Ep 1049: Predictions For The Industry for 2021-2022

On this episode of Weaver: Beyond The Numbers Real Estate Edition Podcast, hosts Rob Nowak, Partner, Tax Services at Weaver and Howard Altshuler, Partner-in-Charge, Real Estate Services at Weaver, talked about their predictions for industry trends for the rest of 2021 and into 2022. “If I had my sunglasses, I’d be putting them on because…

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Google’s US Employees May Receive a Pay Cut for Choosing to Work From Home

The BBC reports that Google employees in the United States who opt to permanently work from home may have their pay cut. Google currently has no plans to implement the policy in the U.K. According to the BBC, some Silicon Valley firms are experimenting with employee pay structures. Big tech companies including Microsoft, Facebook and…

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How Flexible are Big Tech’s Hybrid Work Models?

Just over a year ago, Big Tech companies found themselves making the transition from a predominantly office-centric culture to fully remote. Now with the business world seeking to regain a sense of normalcy, Big Tech companies are beginning to change their tune on permanent work-from-home flexibility, as they decipher what range of hybrid work models…

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Breaking the Cycle and Inspiring Others
July 23, 2024

Nowadays, the traditional path to education is being questioned more than ever and there are numerous stories that provide a beacon of hope for those considering alternative routes. As the number of adults without a high school diploma reaches nearly 22 million in the United States, the importance of understanding and embracing non-traditional education…

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School Safety and Regulatory Compliance
Approaching Safety and Regulatory Compliance with Intent and Purpose
July 23, 2024

In this episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with special guest, Carrie Mockler, the Vice President of Operations at PublicSchoolWORKS, a Raptor Technologies company. PublicSchoolWORKS is a fully automated, all-in-one learning management system for online training for school staff and a comprehensive risk management program. Key Takeaways: •…

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The Power of Self-Compassion in Leadership and Cognitive Diversity Can Transform Workplaces
July 23, 2024

Mental health and a sense of belonging are critical issues in today’s workplaces. So much that it is essential to practice self-compassion and form a better understanding of cognitive diversity. Leaders today must navigate the complexities of fostering connection and reducing isolation among their teams. Recent studies indicate that 40 percent of employees feel…

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Passion, Nature, and Fine Art Photography with Knox Kronenberg
July 23, 2024

In the ever-evolving world of fine art photography, capturing the intersection of the old and the new is both a challenge and an art form in itself. Knox Kronenberg, a prominent photographer based in Austin, Texas, embodies this intersection through his work, which uniquely blends historical elements with modern contexts. As technology advances and…

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Apple to Test Hybrid Work From Store and Home for Retail Staff
July 3, 2021

(Bloomberg) — Apple Inc. plans to test a hybrid in-store and work-from-home arrangement for retail employees, acknowledging that consumers may continue to prefer online shopping even as the pandemic eases, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The Cupertino, California-based technology giant will begin a pilot program later this year dubbed “Retail Flex” with…

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Ep1043: Building Trends Impacting Commercial Real Estate
June 1, 2021

The world experienced many changes during the pandemic. As a result, many things might translate to the commercial real estate (CRE) sector. Weaver Beyond the Numbers Real Estate Edition hosts Howard Altshuler, Partner-in-Charge, Real Estate Services and Rob Nowak, Partner, Tax Services shared their thoughts on these possibilities. “I was thinking about some things I’ve seen, like contactless…

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Revolutionizing the Post-COVID Workplace: The Hybrid Approach, Tech-Backed Amenities, and the Power of Food
April 23, 2021

Welcome to Skip the Line, a podcast from Mashgin that will look at the various ways technology impacts how people purchase from start to finish. This first episode discusses how to improve the post-COVID workplace, and it will take some creativity. Host Daniel Litwin spoke to two guests regarding workplace structures and amenities post-COVID. First…

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How IT Leaders Can Facilitate More Natural Communication
January 4, 2021

Seasoned technology executives host a weekly discussion to highlight how IT teams and leaders can prepare to be agile and scalabale in an ever changing world.   The pandemic has forever altered the way organizations approach work and collaboration – even as a vaccine begins to be distributed and work returns to some form or…

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The eLearning Lessons We Can Take into Post-Pandemic Life
December 21, 2020

In March, most school districts were sent scrambling when the start coronavirus pandemic made it clear it was not wise to conduct school on campus – at least not in the traditional way. Some students are back in the physical building, while others are learning entirely remotely. But, with nine months of time to develop…

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How To Build a Great Corporate Culture When Office-Work Isn’t Possible
December 21, 2020

Management is never easy, but what’s the best way to manage when in-person meetings or even informal tools for collaboration like happy hours are no longer on the table? That’s the challenge the majority of businesses have faced in 2020. Still, Julie Armendariz, GitLab Director and People Business Partner, said managers don’t need to reinvent…

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Office Buildings Still Sit Empty in Major Metros
December 7, 2020

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the office return rate was up to 27% and climbing in mid-October. That number has since declined since COVID’S latest spike. Employees are back to working from home, and many corporations are reluctant to say whether they’ll be back anytime soon. This spells trouble for…

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How Work From Home Shifted Workplace Etiquette
November 30, 2020

Now that the dust is beginning to settle and more and more employees, alongside their managers, are adjusting to working from home. According to Paul Lewis, co-host, The Suite Spot, a new narrative is spinning around those of us who work from home. “So the one thing I hear most often is — especially…

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Deutsche Bank Proposes Work From Home Tax to Support Low-Income Workers
November 19, 2020

Deutsche Bank estimates the proportion of Americans who worked from home (WFH) during the pandemic surged to 56%, according to a report by USA Today. In response, the bank released a research note suggesting a WFH tax to provide stimulus and subsidies to the workforce that cannot work from home. Researcher Luke Templeman explains,…

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