Meet the CrowdComfort Team: George T. Neble
In this blog we interview George Neble, our Vice President of Sales, who shares the different hats he wears to support company development. Learn about his career, day to day life, and passions and philosophies that inspire him and make him an amazing person to work with.
Meet the CrowdComfort Team: Tenzin Dawa
In this blog we interview Tenzin Dawa, an implementation and customer success specialist, who shares deep insight on how to support the customer. Learn about her career, day to day life, and her passions and philosophies that inspire her and make her an amazing person to work with.
Meet the CrowdComfort Team: Tyler Post
In this blog we interview Tyler Post, an Inside Sales Representative, who made a recent career change. Learn about his career, day to day life, and his passions and philosophies that inspire him and make him an amazing person to work with.
Continuous Improvement is Key to On-Going Success - Laurie Sewell
What worked yesterday might not work tomorrow. Be on the lookout for new technologies that provide ways to capture data, train staff, and validate your work. It can be overwhelming to stay ahead of the curve, but it’s worth it.
Data-Driven Solutions are Critical to Healthy School Environments - Dan Ringo
Data and being able to report in real-time the efforts of your front line custodians, facilities team members and vendor partners is critical to making best use of your budget, evaluating and retaining your top performers and ensuring vendor contracts are being fulfilled properly. From real-time cleaning insights across every room in every building in your school to tracking third party work like landscaping and snow removal, we need to lead with data in telling the story of our facilities teams hard work.
Creating a Holistic Workplace Experience - Omar Ramirez
We are not going back to our pre-2020 norms, and now we have to focus on adapting to these changes.
The Future of Living - Simon Davis
Organizations need to start looking at what "work" will be in ten years. We are moving at a rapid pace to a gig economy, globalized with fractional employment. The best and brightest will value flexibility above all else, and therefore the employee experience needs to meet people where they are - be that an office, home or any measure of third place.
Be Flexible and Sustainable With Building Your Spaces - Bob Panaro
Know your needs, your culture, and work with partners to create practical, irresistible spaces.
Rethink Workplaces to Provide Connection - Kay Sargent
To be successful going forward, organizations must rethink work processes and reposition the workplace as a destination that enhances how people work, enables them to reconnect, rebuild social capital and benefit from being together.
Human Centered Design For The Human Centered Office - Kelly Colon & Jan Johnson
No longer will it be enough to simply create a workplace and demand prescribed attendance and usage without understanding the needs of employees.