Bureau has compiled the ultimate guide on understanding ergonomics in the workplace, including how to implement ergonomic solutions for your office.
The first thing to know about members of Gen Z is that they’re not millennials, which means your approach to hiring and managing them needs to be completely rethought.
As a business owner, the productivity and comfort of your employees is of utmost importance. Here are eight design tips for your office that are proven to boost productivity in the workplace.
By exploring the history of the cubicle, we'll learn how changing attitudes toward the cubicle reflect the evolution of attitudes toward work.
How has average commute time evolved through the ages? By examining how commutes have changed across five eras of mass transit and productivity, we can better understand why we commute today, and how we might commute in the future.
We're thrilled to announce our first ever Bureau pop up experience in partnership with Baron Fig. Stop by our NoMad showroom from April 26th through May 5th to experience the entire lines of Bureau furniture and Baron Fig notebooks, pens and more!
We surveyed landlords and brokers to find out how technology is changing the game in commercial real estate. Here's what we learned.
An inspiring view can contribute to your company's most fundamental asset—culture. We curated a selection of beautiful office views from around the world, along with insights on how they shape key aspects of office culture.
The Bureau team spoke with Peter Johnson, Associate in the Global Brokerage group at Avison Young, to get a broker's eye view of the most important trends influencing tenant decision-making--and how brokers and landlords are adapting.
To the unacquainted, productivity systems can seem a bit like joining a cult: Pomodoro, Kanban, Eating Live Frogs, Biological Prime Time, Don’t Break the Chain. Here's our take on how to pick the right method for you.
Although scaling an organization spread across different cities, states and countries can seem daunting, building an effective remote team can actually position businesses to better address the challenges of growth. Here's how.
Culture is the only long-term competitive advantage an organization can bring to bear, and one of the most powerful ways to cultivate culture is building it—literally—into your workplace.