It may not be an entirely new concept, but open-office floor plans can be found nearly everywhere now. What was meant to lead to creativity and collaboration may actually be a hindrance by not providing enough privacy and comfortability. Let's wander through the open halls to look at the benefits and downsides in the modern workspace.
You know how much we love talking about all the different ways people can move around our vast cities, so we asked our team to share their commute stories. Maybe you're looking to change how you get to work, or are searching for a better option - well, we've got the inside scoop.
Being green isn't just about eating your vegetables anymore. Many companies are working to reduce their carbon footprints while simultaneously improving their employees' lifestyles. One way that these points are being tackled is through commuter benefits.
The workplace is changing rapidly. The hours people spend at work are increasing (or decreasing, depending on who you ask). The needs of the average worker is changing, and with it are the responsibilities of the modern commercial real estate developer and owner.
So far, we've looked at transportation demand management (TDM) practices across cities and areas — the Bay Area and Seattle, specifically. Now, we'd like to look at it from a different angle: the corporate workplace.
We heard you loud and clear — if we’re going to say we have every kind of transportation, then we need to have every kind of transportation. So now, that includes planes: FlightScreen has landed.