The company I work for is probably moving away from our parent company into a 3400 sq. ft. building of our own.
I have the task (opportunity) to suggest how we can set up this office for our 31 people. The question is, is there a non-traditional option that is better than the standard cube farm, but is still inexpensive and effective? [more inside]
posted by quirked
on Jun 16, 2006 -
I am looking for a work chair that I can take along with me on my business travels - something portable that would provide a level of comfort and functionality that was, at least, remotely similar to my Aeron at home. I know this is a VERY TALL order, so if there are any suggestions for chairs that would simply let me work comfortably in a hotel room - the crappy chairs in those are horrible - I'd appreciate that, as well.
posted by soulbarn
on May 31, 2006 -
Can anyone reccomend resources for someone interested in finding work in Asia Pacific, preferably in a helping capacity? [more inside]
posted by sophist
on Jan 17, 2006 -
I'm looking for a good book or two about the advantages (and disadvantages) of a four-day workweek (implementing, too). I'd also like to get the title of one that I read around 1980 (I think). [more inside]
posted by WestCoaster
on Sep 18, 2005 -
What tools do you use to be efficient while working on a computer, be it online or not? Things like del.icio.us, dropload, winzip, phpbboards, group blogs/wikis, etc. Are there any books for general fine tuning of already computer-familiar users? What about seminars? [more inside]
posted by yoga
on May 6, 2005 -
Does working out increase you testosterone level?
posted by drezdn
on Mar 28, 2005 -
I just got accepted into a graduate school program in Manhattan, which is great, but I'm going to need A LOT of money.
I have one summer to earn money before going back to school.
Where/how/what do I do to earn big bucks this summer? [more inside]
posted by geryon
on Mar 1, 2005 -
So you're self-employed, and you sign a contract for a moderate-sized, long-term gig (worth $5,000 or so/year), and...you lose your copy of the contract. Your relations with this company over the years have been overwhelmingly friendly and positive. What do you do? Just ask them nicely for a copy?
posted by anonymous
on Jan 22, 2005 -
My life sucks. But the one good thing about being broke and unemployed is that you can do it anywhere. Assuming I were debt free with no commitments, where's a nice new place to go to scratch out a subsistence living as either a plumber, a waiter, or a dishwasher? Anywhere on the planet, English- or French-speaking (or anything easier than Russian or Chinese -- I'll have a few months to learn a new language as I pay my way toward escape), must have at least paved roads and indoor plumbing, and if the population hates Americans, I'd prefer that they do so abstractly rather than overtly. Canada, Iceland, and Belize seem kinda promising....
posted by BitterOldPunk
on Apr 23, 2004 -