Curious about which headquarters is the right one for you? Knotel provides 25+ NYC locations and a new location in SF that boasts amenities like private rooftops to event spaces. With so many options, it can be hard to decide which work space is perfect for your specific needs. That's why we decided to make it a little easier for you by building a
When there's pressure to grow quickly, many companies will hack their way through an expansion phase. From squeezing 50 employees into a 30-person office space to throwing new hires headfirst into a job without onboarding them, shortcuts aren't just common, but inevitable. While your company may be able to get by temporarily through shortcuts, c
Welcome to Q&A with Knotel Design, a blog series where we speak with the Knotel Design team on creating custom spaces that reflect the culture, mission, and needs of member companies. The Knotel Design Team has put together the beautiful and innovative offices of companies like Stash, Teachable, and The Body Shop. Q: How do I create a space b
By Han Mai The current “optimum” office temperature is based on a 1960’s formula based on the average worker of that time -- a 154-pound, 40-year-old man. Well, it’s actually based on his resting metabolism. Because the workforce is turning over more females and younger workers -- and their physiology is much different from the 60’s
Are you leveraging your office space to attract top talent? Even with endless perks like their gourmet food offerings and envy-inducing nap pods, there's a reason why the Googles and Facebooks of the world invest in building flexible, creative workspaces for their teams: to attract the best candidates and retain their employees. Your office spac
When your team reaches 100+ people, you have to tighten a lot of loose ends – from streamlining onboarding to enlarging your HR offerings. Among the more obvious issues? Space. Having enough space is crucial to ensuring that your company stays productive and develops a cohesive culture — not to mention that a dedicated HQ, versus crowded cow