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February 22, 2021 How to Care for KI Furniture Solutions 

The pandemic has made proper cleaning absolutely crucial. Review our best practices for how to care for your KI furniture.

by KI Furniture
January 29, 2021 Workplace Trends to Watch in 2021 

The workplace in 2021 will certainly look different than it did in years past. We share our top workplace predictions for 2021.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
November 20, 2020 What Task Chair Is Right For You? 

There are so many task chairs on the market that it can be difficult to know which one is the right fit.

by KI Furniture
October 23, 2020 Addressing Vulnerability as the Pandemic Weathers On 

Vulnerability should not be viewed as a negative trait, but as a natural response to the world we’re living in.

by KI Furniture
October 19, 2020 Communicating Trust to Your Employees During the Pandemic 

Design strategies can help employers and employees build trust at work. Here's how to foster trust during a pandemic.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
October 9, 2020 Five Ways Workplace Design Can Support Mental Health 

Discover workplace design tips that can help employers promote the mental health of their employees.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
September 18, 2020 Can Thoughtful Design Prevent Pandemic-Induced Workplace Conflict? 

We offer suggestions for how employers can prevent potential pandemic-induced conflict as employees return to work.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
August 24, 2020 Top 3 Employee Concerns about the Post-Pandemic Office 

KI reached out to customers about their expectations around returning to work. We share their top concerns and how to mitigate them.

by Jonathan Webb Director - Workplace
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