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One of the primary concerns managers have regarding telework is whether they can trust that their employees are working. There are many distractions when working from home, and managers fear that employees will be less productive if tempted to do chores, run errands, attend to the needs of...

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The judge’s bench is a primary element of courtroom design. The bench is usually elevated as a prominent central feature at the front of the courtroom. However, there is an emerging architectural movement to design courthouses to be more open and user-friendly. As a part of this movement, why...

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We were recently involved in a design-build competition for a new building. Our role was to participate as part of an interdisciplinary team to evaluate competing building designs. The objective was to provide the owner with a clear understanding of the differences between the designs and to...

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If you have a home office, and you have set up and configured your equipment, I’m certain you’ve run into at least a few issues with all the data cables and power cords. All the criss-crossing cords can be daunting. Can you be sure you have everything set up properly? You have probably heard...

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It’s time for a few more friendly reminders from Miss Open Office Manners. In this installment, I discuss open office space invaders, being new to the open office environment, and having a sensitive nose in the open office. Enjoy.

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