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We understand that the way you work is changing every day, and you most likely aren’t able to meet in person with your team right now. We hope this information serves as a look toward the future. Our team at HON is here to support you through the transitions and look forward to when you're all back in the office and collaborating together.

As recently as 2017, nearly three percent of the American workforce was working from home. The number of employers offering a work-from-home option has hovered around a 40–50 percent annual growth rate over the last five years, as well.

 

We understand that the way you work is changing everyday, and you most likely aren’t able to meet in person with your team right now. We hope this information serves as a look toward the future. Our team at HON is here to support you through the transitions and look forward to when you're all back in the office and collaborating together.

 

A rising tide has changed the way companies across the United States think about their office spaces.

And it’s not solely about the space itself, but what it’s used for.

We understand that the way you work is changing everyday, and you most likely aren’t able to meet in person with your team right now. We hope this information serves as a look toward the future. Our team at HON is here to support you through the transitions and look forward to when you're all back in the office and collaborating together.

 

At HON, we are in the business of making office spaces work better.

 

When it comes to education, there’s no question that teaching methods and the availability of school resources have a tremendous influence over a child’s ability to learn. But classroom design also has an impact on the learning experience—as much as 16% according to research from Building and Environment. Color, and how it’s incorporated within the classroom space, was examined as part of this 2015 study of over 3,700 students.

 

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