Article by Megan Kogan (Human Resource Student @ FUA)
It has been over a year since I studied in Italy. As I am reminded of my time there by fellow students beginning their adventures, I keep thinking back to one place in particular: The Student Hotel (TSH), and how it is revolutionizing the idea of co-working space 6언더그라운드.
TSH has tackled bringing motivation and creativity into the workplace “The Collab”, preventing burnout, and reducing employee turnover.
I first visited The Student Hotel with Florence University of the Arts (FUA) Human Resource Management professor Marco de la Pierre, while on a learning excursion 맨온파이어 자막. As soon as I stood in front of the enormous glass doors, I knew that this was no typical hotel; this was something extraordinary.
Walking in and being immersed in pink light and the opportunity to sit on swings was the first clue that this hotel would be memorable 유튜브 음악만 다운로드. Although the pink light and swings are amusing, this led me to wonder what purpose they really served.
At The Student Hotel, they understand that, although people are vastly different, we all have an inner student who thrives on curiosity and knowledge. This is apparent in all that they offer from music rehearsal spaces to classroom style rental rooms 다운로드.
TSH wants to bring out each person’s inquisitive nature in a fun and creative manner. In addition, to fostering an imaginative environment, TSH’s pink lights, rehearsal rooms, and more assist in reducing workplace tension and pressure, thus encouraging people to constantly be working towards their full potential ms project 2013. The Collab at TSH brings out the creativity, drive, and workplace pride that businesses need to stay competitive (Craig, 2019).
This helps each employee bring their full selves into the office every day.
Among other amenities, TSH has the added benefit of hosting students and travelers 멜로망스 동화. This creates an atmosphere of exchange of ideas and thoughts which is a perfect breeding ground for helping prevent burnout, a widespread epidemic for many employers.
Employees who have acquired a negative association with their place of work for a significant amount of time tend to catch the bug that is Burnout r 소프트웨어. This leads to poor performance, bad health, emotional exhaustion and more (Scott, 2019).
In fostering people on different paths of life, The Collab (at TSH) allows the opportunity to take a break from work and interact with students and travelers living vastly different lives. These interactions help build connections and friends while also blurring the line between employees lives inside and outside of the workplace, thus creating a greater positive view of their workplace 귀환기사.
Lastly, another top challenge for managers that Collab at TSH helps with is turnover. In top industries such as tech and retail, companies face the problem of employees finding opportunities elsewhere exo 으르렁 mp3. This can be detrimental to companies that cannot afford to constantly recruit and hire. In the fight for quality employees, business cannot afford to only provide competitive salaries. They need to feed into more of the values of their resource base, ranging from flexible hours, to increasing workplace autonomy, to training for higher positions (Agovino, 2019).
The Collab at Student Hotel, being open 24/7, allows for employees to delve into work at the hours they choose in a comfortable environment.
It is crucial to keep in mind that location will not solely solve the major human resource problems of motivation, creativity, burnout, and turnover– yet it is a factor that can greatly influence one’s employees.
In providing a space that fosters learning and creativity, interchange of ideas, and allows for workplace flexibility, The Collab at Student Hotel is paving the way for the coworking spaces of the future.
Article by Megan Kogan (South Florida and FUA Student)
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