Dauphin - Dynamic Spaces in the Contemporary Workplace
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About the Event
Dynamic Spaces discusses and explains how the following trends are changing our work environment: smaller budgets, reduction of available space, better optimization of real estate, the need to attract and retain employees; the culture of activity-based working and the understanding/embracing of Millennials and Gen Z. Case studies illustrate these trends in the sectors of corporate, education, government, hospitality, healthcare, and retail.
The course explores more deeply workplace realities of cost reduction, worker attraction & retention and the need to facilitate collaboration It also explores the concepts of work-life balance, its benefits to the overall health and well-being of employees and how these benefits will ultimately contribute to less sick days, overall staff productivity and cost reductions in healthcare benefits and staffing turnover.
Learning Units: 1 CEU
About the Presenter:
Matthew Negron, President of Dauphin, is a 10-year veteran of the furniture industry. His bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design and master’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering combined with a love of furniture and a background in sales, offers a multifaceted perspective to the contract market. He believes that the furniture in a workplace should embody the company’s culture while enhancing the environment and supporting the people who work in the space.
CEU Credit: 1
Title: Dynamic Spaces in the Contemporary Workplace
Designation: General Knowledge
Course Number: IDCEC 106964 / AIA DYN-SP 101