Shaping today’s workplace for tomorrow’s worker

Posted on Nov 30, 2017 :: Guest Insights
Eric Romano
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This four-part blog and video series takes an introspective look into how four corporations transformed their work space for a better employee experience.

Employee choice and the impact on well-being

[Eppstein Uhen Architects]

We’ve all heard that being healthy comes from the inside out. I’ve found that this mantra applies not just to the human body, but the corporate workplace as well. In order to better serve our clients, we, as employees, need to be in a good mindset ourselves. After all, we spend so much of our lives at work, why not make it a place people want to be?

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Using brand to activate your workspace

[The Milwaukee Bucks]

In our social media-saturated culture, the number of followers a brand or company has is crucial. But the real question is, is it worth following? Worth believing in? Each generation approaches work differently. Building brand and activating culture is all about engagement. If employees feel a sense of purpose in their work andmare connected to the brand they work for, a passionate, driven and engaged culture is activated…

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Creating spaces that spark

[WTS Paradigm]

An office is just an office, right? But what if it’s not? What if it can be more? What if you could actually make your real estate work for you? Turns out, you can. More and more, office settings are utilizing what we call “smart spaces,”or spaces designed for multiuse and flexibility that stimulates impressive outcomes…

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Can space improve employee engagement?

[Godfrey & Kahn]

I think it’s safe to say that it’s every company’s goal to attract and retain the best and the brightest. But with so much fierce competition for talent and the length of time people are staying at jobs decreasing, how Shaping today’s workplace for tomorrow’s worker

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To see and hear more about how workplace ndesign is supporting each of these organizations’ goals, visit

About the Author Eric Romano Principal, Eppstein Uhen Architects

By Eric Romano, Principal, Eppstein Uhen Architects do companies set themselves apart and give their employees incentive to stay? The answer for one of Wisconsin’s leading law firms was to transform its space to become an element of persuasion… 

When he’s not playing in a sports league or watching his kids figure skating or robotic competitions, Eric is the workplace studio director and principal at Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA). With nearly 20 years of experience and degrees in both architecture and structural engineering, Eric brings a unique perspective to workplace design. Clients and team members alike appreciate Eric’s passion for great design and relational process to achieve highly effective workplace solutions.