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Join WE at IFMA WWP, Oct 8: The Workplace as a Marketing, Employee Attraction, and Retention Tool
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Join WE at IFMA WWP, Oct 8: The Workplace as a Marketing, Employee Attraction, and Retention Tool

ASICS is an acronym derived from the Latin phrase, Anima Sana In Corpore Sano: a sound mind in a sound body. The new ASICS America workplace reflects this statement in both design and amenities provided to employees, elite athletes and community organizations. Learn from the H.R. and marketing team how ASICS America is using their new workplace as a marketing and employee attraction tool. The new campus was purposefully designed with an emphasis on health and well-being in order to foster a more pleasant, productive and collaborative environment. With a state-of-the-art workplace and sports center, ASICS America can train their athletes, host community events and build their brand. The new campus setting focuses on the core mission and showcases company innovation and products.

Source: worldworkplace.ifma.org

ASICS America Case Study October 8th, 9:30-10:30


Come Early: IFMA’s World Workplace Conference 10/6 Great Pre-Conference Activities
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Come Early: IFMA’s World Workplace Conference 10/6 Great Pre-Conference Activities

Join IFMA’s trend-setting Workplace Evolutionaries (WE) Community of Practice for a day-long, high-octane learning workshop at Denver’s historic Bandimere Speedway to explore the parallels between drag racing, team collaboration and innovation. The all-day event runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. MDT and is open to the public for US$129 (IFMA members) or US$159 (nonmembers).



Source: www.ifma.org

Seats are limited so sign up a.s.a.p. - See more at: http://goo.gl/BOKOTK


NYT paints a brutal picture of what it’s like to work for Amazon
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NYT paints a brutal picture of what it’s like to work for Amazon

“You learn how to diplomatically throw people under the bus,” said a marketer who spent six years in the retail division. “It’s a horrible feeling.”

Source: www.nytimes.com

Wow. This reads as a "what not to do" handbook on management. I'm sure there are two sides to the story, but either way it goes, this is going to be a PR disaster for them.


Join the Workplace Evolutionaries’ session at IFMAWW15 on Seven Things You Could be Getting Wrong with Angie Earlywine.
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Join the Workplace Evolutionaries’ session at IFMAWW15 on Seven Things You Could be Getting Wrong with Angie Earlywine.

Whether a workplace program is in its infancy, or mature and refined many times over there are lessons to be learned and toxic workplace practices to quarantine. It’s time to take stock of the corners we’ve cut and the assumptions we've made and regroup on best practices. As we focus on future-proofing the workplace by allowing for maximum flexibility and mobility enablement, could we be doing more harm than good in today's modern workplace? Is your organization ready for a workplace detox?

Source: worldworkplace.ifma.org

Check out the whole WE schedule here: http://goo.gl/Lx6rKp 


The employees speak. I can’t work when I’m freezing my assets off.
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The employees speak. I can’t work when I’m freezing my assets off.

"Hawks-Ladds isn’t the only one who walks out of work feeling like she just survived a mini Ice Age. Many workers around the nation are shivering in their swivel chairs because their offices are over-chilled during the summer months. And the deep chill can cause productivity and environmental problems."

Source: www.boston.com

Research shows employees lose 4% to 10% productivity when they are forced to work in temperatures below 70f or above 73f, though they tolerate being too warm vs too cold. Too hot/cold, too noisy, lack of privacy rank in the top three office complaints. This shouldn't be so hard to get right considering that a 4% decrease in productivity costs a company between $2k and $12k per employee per year!


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