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.
Meet the CrowdComfort Team: Drew Lapham
In this blog we interview Drew Lapham, Business Development Manager, who uses his education to know what's most important to potential clients. 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.
Meet the CrowdComfort Team: Elena Stofle
In this blog we interview Elena Stofle, Senior Customer Success Manager, who has unique education and industry experience. 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: Scott Balboni
In this blog we interview Scott Balboni, the Director of Operations and Customer Success, who has been with the company almost since the beginning. 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.
We Live in a Bespoke World-Everywhere Except the Office - Vik Bangia
Whether it’s movie and tv program recommendations based on viewing history to reminders that they’re likely almost out of their favorite gourmet coffee, the experience is tailored to the consumer’s needs and behavior.
Leading employers will deliver this type employe of experience, giving employees the same type of bespoke experiences from choice in flexible working arrangements to tailored office amenities, and more.
We Can No Longer Assume that Company-Owned spaces are for Work - Elfreda Chan
People are always looking for ways to feel better, happier, or more content. Sometimes that means going out of their way to places that offer carefully curated experiences to accomplish just that.
Latest Return to Office Insights and Rumblings - February 2023 Newsletter
One interesting development with the remote work movement is the impact on corporate office space in large cities and municipalities and the tax breaks they get to occupy high traffic space. With less traffic and reduced revenue from commuters, it will be interesting how these local governments tackle tax breaks for employers whose spaces are not occupied.
Another initiative created in New Jersey during the pandemic, the Emerge Program, hints at what future incentives might look: Rather than commit to a certain percentage of time spent in office, applicants have to prove that 80% of eligible employees’ work time is spent in the state — and that they have enough space to accommodate at least half of their workforce on site, “without packing people in like a sardine can,” Sullivan said.
Workplace Experience Newsletter July 2022: The Rise of Flexible Work
This month's newsletter will include recent insights around the future of the office, hybrid work, and employee retention.
We hope this content is helpful as you navigate your return to office plans and bring hybrid work to life.
3 Things Employers Need to Address to Improve Employee Experience and Drive New Ways of Working
It's no secret that there has been a major shift in work dynamics in the last two years directly influenced by the global pandemic. The power of when and where work gets done has shifted from the employer to the employee as workers have been able to have more control over where they live and operate independently from the office. Because of these changes, employees want flexibility and understanding from their employers as they begin to reevaluate their careers.