And the winner is…? Take a look at the best Czech offices according to contest CBRE's Meeting Room of the Year 2018. The winners were announced on Thursday based on the judgment of the jury chaired by world-famous architect Eva Jiřičná. #MORETHANOFFICE magazine is a media partner of this contest.
Office newspeak? Corporate bullshit? Linguistic thriftiness goes hand in hand with the pressure for workplace efficiency. Abbreviations for English business phrases and industry phrases have become so natural for us Czechs that in many cases we don’t even bother to seek Czech equivalents.
There’s currently a labor shortage in the Czech Republic, so Czechs have never had such a large opportunity to choose their employer and dictate conditions as they do now. Despite this, over a quarter-million Czechs spend over two hours a day commuting. Why? We’ve interviewed two of these “travelers,” as well as someone whose trip from their bed to the office lasts a mere 20 seconds.
Already today, robots with AI are regularly doing diagnostics, medicine, and manufacturing, driving cars and trains, working at reception desks, and helping at banks. And some of them are reading your resume right now. Technology is barreling ahead, and in a few years we’ll even see robots with creative abilities such as writing original texts.
Who changes shoes more often at work - women, or men? Is it acceptable for a dress code policy to go barefoot? We want to analyse the current shoe culture inside Czech offices. Please join our effort and fill in the attached survey below. It will take you aprox. 3 minutes. No personal data are collected. Results of the survey will be published on this website.
The fifth-annual jubilee anniversary of the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year competition set a new record of participants. This year, 101 has registered to take part in the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year Project and the jury has selected 44 finalists. IT companies and companies from Prague represent the most of them, there are also 4 coworking centres among them.