Do you think employee happiness is just a nice to have? Thank again. Employees are a company’s most important asset, and happy employees just might mean higher profits. This USA Today article uncovered that publicly traded companies in the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list have gained an average 10.8% a year since 1998. Many of the publicly traded companies named as Best Companies to Work For in 2013… Read More
In today’s marketplace, success often rests on creating a positive user experience – whether you’re a tech company pioneering new products or a bank looking to attract the top talent to your head office.
Apple is the undeniable godfather of User Experience – design principles that put the customer first and make their products… Read More
Capital spending is back. After weathering years of recessionary cost cuts and spending freezes, many businesses have regained enough confidence in their balance sheets to make long overdue investments in facilities, equipment and other gritty but essential assets.
“A lot of companies got caught cash short in the downturn, so they have been reluctant to spend the cash they’ve been building up,” Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James Financial told Reuters last year. “Now they’re starting to see a pickup in the economy, and they’re starting to loosen the purse strings.”… Read More
Over the next two years, law firms are expected to continue to lose real estate market leverage. JLL’s new infographic outlines how leverage has shifted away from law firms towards landlords. Check out JLL’s new infographic for more law firm workplace trends and details on how space utilization can lower costs in the legal sector.
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Trends like collaborative workplaces and digitization of the workplace have radically changed how law firms use office space. Check out JLL’s new infographic for more law firm workplace trends and details on how space utilization can lower costs in the legal sector.
Revenue levels of the AmLaw 100 grew by just 2.8 percent in 2012, following growth rates of 5.9 percent in 2011 and 4.7 in 2010. As revenue growth slowed, so did profits per partner—only… Read More