Work styles are increasingly fluid. Technology has enabled people to work in a wide range of on-site and off-site locations.
Comprehensive Communication Plans Accelerate Acceptance of Change Many workplace transformation teams struggle with how to begin the development of communication regarding imminent changes in the organization’s work environment. A common fear is that because all of the decisions have not yet been made, it’s too early to begin sharing any details of changes being planned.
One evening you walk into your kid’s bedroom and ask how the homework is going. In one hand she holds a smart phone on which she is managing multiple Facebook conversations. It also buzzes quietly when a text or Snapchat message comes through. She is viewing a YouTube video on her tablet. And a sitcom
Background Brain drain or human capital flight is a large emigration of individuals with technical skills or knowledge, due to lack of opportunity. This term was initially applied to whole countries or regions but has more recently been used to describe cases in which large numbers of key employees are leaving an individual company or
Interviews with Knoll Designers Florence Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Herbert Matter, Richard Schultz, Marcel Breuer and Robert Venturi are Highlighted The January/February 2015 issue of Art Papers, the independent critical voice covering contemporary art and culture, celebrates the Knoll design heritage with excerpts from a collection of interviews from the Knoll Archives. The issue includes interviews
The 2013 Annual Environmental Health & Safety Report is the 19th published by Knoll. We make this information public in order to keep our customers, employees, vendors and partners informed about our ongoing progress toward becoming a sustainable company.