Working when and where you want: What sounds like a dream for employees brings new challenges for employers in terms of corporate culture and office design. Andreas Gnesda is the managing director of teamgnesda and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. He knows how companies can design meaningful work environments - and thus ensure satisfied and successful employees.
In the modern workplace, companies are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. One trend that has emerged in recent years is desk sharing, also known as hot desking. This approach involves multiple employees sharing a single desk, rather than each person having their own designated workstation. While it has its benefits, such as cost savings and increased collaboration, it also has its challenges, such as lack of privacy and difficulty in maintaining a clean and organized work environment. In this article, we will explore the pros and cons of desk sharing and take a closer look at how it can impact the modern workplace.Leer más
Workplace trends are constantly evolving, and it's important for businesses to stay on top of them in order to stay competitive. Some of the most notable trends to watch in 2023 include remote work, collaboration tools, artificial intelligence and automation, employee wellness, workplace diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. Remote work, for instance, is becoming the new norm as many companies have discovered the benefits of allowing employees to work from home, such as increased flexibility, reduced costs, and the ability to attract top talent from anywhere in the world.Leer más
Sabine Zinke loves to accompany people on their way into something new. She advises companies on their way into hybrid work and new ways of working, especially after Corona. In doing so, she makes sure to combine the best...Leer más
"Gustav convinced us with its quality and sustainability". A new workplace every day: ASFINAG relies on desk sharing and sustainable materials to make flexible workplace design as easy as possible, Timea Freiwald, Head of Facility Management, tells Gustav. Ms...Leer más