How to sweat office space in uncertain economic times
6 office hacks to enhance productivity in the workplace
Don't just sit there: how to beat the silent killers from sitting all day
height adjustable desks: a boost to health, comfort and productivity
Work related back disorders driving absenteeism
The office isn't dying, it's going through a renaissance!
Offices would be better places to work if they were more like cars
Small office changes to boost workplace productivity every day
Hot desking is on the wane, say hello to flexible working
Savvy businesses are rapidly moving beyond shared deks to flexible workspaces, which is having a profound effect on job satisfaction and staff turnover.
How space affects learning, student attention and engagement
South Africa faces a particularly challenging teaching environment with often overcrowded classrooms, distracted learners and hard working but sometimes underqualified teachers.
10 tips for a healthier & happier workplace
The new working year is now in full swing and some people will be back at work in less than ideal offices. But help is at hand.
The office gobbledegook we hope to never hear again in 2017
Collaborative workspaces a global trend to watch in SA offices in 2017
SA's office workers now spend an hour a day on mobile devices, preference for smartphones
South Africa's office workers spend nearly an hour a day working on their mobile devices despite having access to more powerful computers.
Poll reveals South Africans' workplace likes, loathes and wants
Innovation Hubs grow in popularity in SA with the likes of Google, GE and Standard Bank
Workplace ergonomics - a bottom line issue
Think desk workers spending their days in front of a computer aren't likely to get injured on the job? Think again.
SA businesses hop onto global furniture leasing trend as office spaces get smaller & cash becomes tighter
Winter is coming - and so are hundreds of millions of germs to the workplace
Is Sitting the New Smoking?
Ergonomics vs Economics: today's workplace debate
South Africa’s next pain in the neck epidemic