Dodge for Detroit, sponsored by Boy Scouts of America and Great Lakes Field Service Council, is an exciting new event that has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. It is expected to become one of the most competitive and exciting fundraisers in the city. Apart from attracting some of the leading businesses and organizations in the region, Dodge for Detroit is attended by a variety of local media, sports, and business personalities.
Many companies throughout the globe subscribe to the age-old adage: Silence is gold. These organizations believe that the most productive and motivated workers are the ones who tend to work in a noiseless environment the whole day – free from any distractions, such as humming along to the beat and groove of a favorite song.
The expectation of employees has surpassed the basic needs of a desk, chair, phone, and an internet connection. With the increase in work time, employees want their work experience to be as enjoyable, convenient, and meaningful as possible. As a CEO or the leader of your organization, one of your top priorities is to create a workplace that helps your employees perform their best.
Aesthetics and function are not the only measures of success for modern workplace design anymore. Organizations are increasingly looking for workspaces that represent their brands while instilling core brand values in their workplace culture.
An insurance company moved to a new space and wanted an updated look that didn’t exceed its budget, so it called back Rightsize Facility, which had previously furnished its office, for a BLENDED SOLUTION.
Philanthropy is major part of how Rightsize Facility operates, and this month we were proud to once again contribute to DuPage Habitat for Humanity’s efforts to build homes for those in need.