In April, the Prague office project named Visionary obtained WELL for Core and Shell – a certification marking it as a healthy building. This complex in Prague’s Holešovice district has thus become the first office project not only in the country, but also in all of Central Europe to receive this prestigious recognition.
Architect Pavel Kříž created offices for Petr Rokůsek’s companies that won awards in both domestic competitions that assess the interiors of working spaces. When you ride up to the sixth floor of the new DRN building on Národní třída in the center of Prague, you’re entering a forest, where the businessmen and programmers of Nano Energies are hard at work.
Join us on the virtual guided tour of the Arval's new office. This workplace was awarded as the best healthy office during the last Meeting of the Year competition (under the patronage of the Czech green building council). As a paradox, Arval's healthy office is equipped with exhaust pipe on the roof.
It’s definitely not a sin to fall asleep at work. On the contrary, companies should act in advance to “make your bed” for you during working hours. Or will you head up to your boss yourself and ask them to follow the example of one Japanese company and pay you extra if you sleep at least six hours a day?
Petra Hubačová founded one of the first coworkings in Prague as early as in 2009 and has engaged in interconnecting start-ups and corporations for many years now. Thus, it was no surprise that the Polish coworking chain Business Link chose her to open its first Czech branches in Holešovice.
The option to work from home is among the benefits that office workers request most often. And it’s also something that sees constant discussion at management meetings. Some people hate it, and some praise it to the skies. Some companies are loosening remote-work rules, while others are tightening the screws. Yahoo! once had lax rules here, but they’ve brought employees back into the office, and some other big players are beginning to follow suit.