Sitting in traffic. Searching for a park. Missing the bus. Standing on a crowded train. For many people, the morning commute is a low point, & for those with long commutes, there’s added risk of obesity, loneliness, divorce, & insomnia.
Schneider, world renown in the energy industry, has recently paired up with Parkable for a new parking solution at their Australian office. Known around the world as a digital automation and energy management leader, the French multinational were looking for a fresh take on classic parking troubles.
"In today's rapidly evolving workplace, the demand for new skills is higher than ever before. As the nature of work changes and new technologies emerge, individuals must learn how to adapt and lead in order to succeed."
JLL has partnered with Parkable to revamp its parking options. Regarded as an industry leader in the real estate world, JLL recently encountered frustrations with expensive CBD parking.
In the current landscape, many of us are working with tighter budgets than we’re used to. As a result, it may not seem like the time to invest in anything new. But, when it comes to running an office or workspace, it’s important to always be on the lookout for tools to help with growth, even amid an economic downturn.
Parkable is not just a parking management solution, but also a tool that supports accessibility and inclusion in the workplace. Here are three ways that Parkable can help organizations create a more inclusive environment for employees and visitors alike.
In recent years, the concept of flexible workspace has gained immense popularity among organizations of all sizes. Creating a flexible workspace requires a collaborative effort from operational teams, employees, and management. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of co-creating a flexible workspace and the mindset, skillset, and toolset required to achieve this goal.
Five Step Workplace Experience Kickstart for Facilities Managers and Operations Teams
The way we work is changing, and with it, the purpose of the office. Today, employers recognise that the office must be more than just a place to work. It must be a space where people are drawn to, where they feel connected to their colleagues, and where they can thrive.