As you explore the best way to help your employees return to the workplace--whether that's in a traditional office, at home, or somewhere in between--Herman Miller is here to help. We understand the challenges because we're experiencing them, too, and we're learning right along with you.The insights we've gained during this crisis form the contents of this report, along with over 50 years of research about people and the ways and places they work.
How are you sitting? Have you ever given thought to that? Leaning back in an office chair doesn’t seem like an activity that can be physically harmful, but studies are showing that sitting all day is one of the worst things you can do.
Could your business use a boost in the innovation department?
You’re not alone. Two-thirds of companies that were surveyed* by Haworth, Inc. chose innovation as their top priority. But… something is keeping them from achieving the innovation they desire. Sound familiar?
Originally posted on SPARK by Haworth, Inc.
Balancing the responsibilities of being a new mother and rejoining the workforce can be challenging. According to the US Department of Labor, 58% of women with children under age 1 participate in the labor force. Employers who use the work environment as a tool to promote well-being and, more specifically, provide dedicated spaces for nursing moms are helping mothers balance both their career and family passions.