Workplace Trends

The Future of Office Space in Romania


A new generation of employees requires a new generation of offices. Over 60% of office space rented this period is taken over by companies in the fields of IT&C and outsourcing and employed by staff with an average age of fewer than 30 years. As a result, the office’s open space was reinvented for new […]


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What Do Kind-Hearted Employees Do at the Office for Valentine’s Day


Let us keep working in office buildings that invite us to interact, to do good deeds, and give us moments of joy and gratitude. ESOP has gathered some of the many beautiful actions that animate the reception areas of significant real estate projects.  In Timisoara, the administrators of the Iulius Tower project help the employees of tenant […]


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Who Celebrates Halloween at the Office?


For employees working in large office parks in Bucharest, but also from other big cities, fun events are organized, which are left with fun and prizes. Did you check your Facebook page or the office complex application where you are, or did you notice troop movements at the front desk? Stay tuned! In Iasi, in […]


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Where You Can Go to the Office by Bike or Scooter Safely, in Bucharest


Cycling to the office is not just cool, but also healthy and faster. Bucharest employees are increasingly using an alternative means of transport, a bicycle or scooter (electric or not) to go to the office, avoiding traffic and congestion in public transportation. It has been more relaxed lately, thanks to the facilities offered by the […]


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Employees of UBC Office Buildings Donate Books to Children in Need


At the information centers of UBC office buildings, in Timisoara, books are collected for children from disadvantaged families. With a flower, there is no spring, the same with no book, but with hundreds and thousands of books gathered in the Openville community, a library will be assembled and will be spring. The project is called […]


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About the Well Standard for Office Buildings


WELL, Building Standard is internationally recognized and is established by the WELL Building Institute. A valuable qualifier for buildings, interior spaces, and communities who want to implement, validate, and measure the characteristics which support and promote people’s health and well-being. WELL was launched in October 2014. After six years of research and development, in the […]


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Martisor in the Receptions of Office Buildings


This year, spring fairs have multiplied, with martisoare and lovely gifts in the halls of the offices of the big companies in Bucharest, Iasi, Cluj-Napoca, or Timisoara. So, we urge you to inquire at the reception what date comes in the office building where you work, so that you can quickly resolve the supply of […]


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Corporates Join the Office to Lend a Helping Hand to Santa


The new office buildings are real communities, each with thousands of members with great souls. This is best seen in the results of the charities that take place these days: thousands of gifts collected for poor children, hundreds of wishes fulfilled for associations humanitarian organizations preparing for Christmas. We will do a brief review of […]


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Halloween at the Office in Bucharest


The new office buildings are more than just workspaces. They are real communities where the employees of the tenant companies celebrate seasonal events together, participate in contests, raffles, and relax in specially designed areas with adequate furniture and Wi-Fi access, in the lobby or outdoors. For Halloween, in the West Gate and Novo Park office […]


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Alba Iulia Is the Smart City Model in Romania


Just as the future of office buildings is the future of green buildings, certified to international standards, in the same way, the cities will be ranked according to the efficiency of their management and how smart they will be as a technology. A smart city must be a community where traditional networks and services become […]


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