12 Aug Kaye/Bassman International Co-CEO, Jeff Kaye, Featured in NWI.com Article: “Open Office Space: How Wall-Less Workspaces Can Help Promote Productivity and Collaboration – and Why Some Experts are Critical.”
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Kaye/Bassman International Co-CEO, Jeff Kaye, Featured in NWI.com Article: “Open Office Space: How Wall-Less Workspaces Can Help Promote Productivity and Collaboration – and Why Some Experts are Critical.”
Dallas, TX | 8/12/2014
By Dawn Klingensmith, CTW Features
The global real estate firm CBRE’s July report “The Evolving Workplace: How U.S. Office Space is Changing” reinforces what many tech startups seemed to know, ahead of the curve, about employees: They don’t like to be tethered to a workstation.
Employees who are allowed to “self-select” their work location reported higher satisfaction levels, according to the report.
Because workspace affects employee satisfaction and even health, job candidates should evaluate it and factor it in – at least to some degree – when considering a job offer. It’s not as though there is a perfect environment to hold out for, but generally, “the physical environment is a reflection of an organization’s culture,” says Jeff Kaye, Co-Chief Executive of Kaye/Bassman International-Sanford Rose Associates.
Founded in 1981, Kaye/Bassman has grown to become the largest single-site executive search and recruitment firm in the United States with the simple mission of impacting companies and enhancing careers by providing the finest in professional, executive, technical and scientific search. Kaye/Bassman provides strategic recruiting and executive search solutions in over 20 industry practice areas including construction recruiting, healthcare recruiting, banking executive search, energy recruitment and many more. Next Level Recruiting Training, a recruiting training organization, Next Level Exchange, a recruiting training best practices information exchange, and Next Level Marketing Communications are also Kaye/Bassman companies.
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