If you are in the process of acquiring a meeting booking management Solution, and you have talked to some different providers you probably couldn´t refrain yourself from asking the sales person; “Why should I buy from you?”. Well, that´s a excellent question, and thanks for asking. Continue reading to understand what answer to expect from us at AskCody.
This is not AskCody reviewing AskCody. Having recently started working for AskCody, the focus during my onboarding has been getting an objective insight in how customers perceive the company and the platform. Exploring reviews on technology review site G2 seemed a good place to start;
Are you as curious as I am to read what they like, and maybe even dislike about AskCody?
Losing focus throughout your day can be deadly for your workplace productivity, and it destroys the workplace experience. Often, at AskCody, we talk about the "meeting room booking nightmare." Today, we'll be talking about another nightmare that happens at every single workplace over and over again. The famous "Tap on the shoulder" nightmare. In this post, we discuss the cost of that. Every day in the workplace, knowledge workers diverts their attention to interruptions and other distractions, thereby diminishing efficiency and productivity. At the same time, too many employees complain about the work environment due to that two out of three employees feel that their colleagues disturb too much.
Microsoft recently released the results on the research they did on the ways we work, and published 7 Trends and confirmed a major shift happening at modern workplaces, What are they, and what can we do to anticipate them?
Is it the faint smell of coffee, the white noise of colleagues slamming away on their keyboards, or a chat at the coffee machine... what do we miss the most about the office? Definitely not the the challenge of finding a parking spot... or traffic.... Maybe not surprisingly, after a year of social isolation, recent studies have shown that what we miss most about the office is the people, our colleagues. Yes, also the one firing bad dad-jokes all the time or the one that is always 5 minutes late for meetings. We look forward meeting all of them again, it is top of mind and discussed nearly every time we interact with our customers.
What are employees' expectations and preferences, and what to consider as employers plan to return to the office?
With the global pandemic forcing countries to lockdown and companies to enforce work from home policies, companies realize that the way we work will drastically change long term. The corporate mindset was already shifting, but the pandemic has hastened the realization that work is not somewhere we go but something we do. The crisis accelerates the transformation of work at an incredible pace toward a hybrid work ecosystem, shifting expectations of a liquid workforce who want to continue working from home regularly post-crisis.
When hiring a new employee, you search carefully for the right candidate who checks all the boxes from a skills, personality, and experience perspective. It’s important to find someone with the right tools for the job, who would fit in with the current team, and who will continue to help promote company culture. When you find the right person, it’s obvious.
When it comes to fulfilling the company mission however, it’s just as important to create the right environment as it is to find the right employees. Don’t waste an ounce of the talent you’ve cultivated at your organization.
The concept of activity based working is not new, but in light of recent events got renewed focus. Lets refresh, what is activity based working, what does it require, and why should you consider it for your workplace right now?
Today more and more companies compete for new employees, not only on salaries or benefits but in the work environment too, to make the employees shine giving them the ability to perform their A-game.
In this infographic, we give you an easy way to improve work environment and help your employees stay productive - even improve convenience and their happiness too.
Today, culture is so enmeshed with a company brand that it’s hard to discuss one without the other. It is what you stand for as a company leader and an organization as a whole. Beyond benefits and vacation time, company culture is an environment of support, transparency, and enthusiasm. And it cascades from the top. It’s a huge part of your role to set the tone for how employees feel, how they treat each other, and how they perform.