Read about efficient office management, specific case studies and tips on how to reduce operating costs.

Work change during a pandemic and its future

April 3, 2023

Over the last few years, there have been many changes in the way we work. During the pandemic, more experimentation has taken place and the changes that have occurred are becoming more permanent. Employees have new preferences and expect more choice and autonomy in planning their schedules.

3 most common ways of a hybrid working model

January 13, 2023

The covid era has shown even die-hard opponents that working from home is possible and makes sense. On the other hand, however, work teams lack the personal touch in certain situations. This is why the so-called hybrid way of working is becoming more and more widespread. That is, a combination of working from home and commuting to the office. Many managers see the benefits but also the risks of this model. In this article you will find what the possibilities of the hybrid way of working are and recommendations on how to set it up to work. Translated with (free version)

In BDO, Ofisly makes parking easy and fair

September 19, 2022

Thanks to Ofisly, the BDO consultancy has started to share parking spaces fairly. Employees no longer have to circle around the car park looking for the last available space. In addition to parking, Ofisly has also taken care of the automatic logbook. Read how Ofisly has simplified car booking and parking.

How to make company parking fair?

March 17, 2022

Few parking spaces, chaotic reservations and constantly arguing staff. If this is the case for your company, we have a solution for you. Few companies have a large enough parking lot, so employees have to share parking spaces. But the problem arises with the parking rules. Whether due to earlier arrival or earlier bookings, some […]

How to save money on company cars?

August 20, 2021

Drivers definitely influence the monthly cost of fleet operations to a high degree. Companies are thus introducing tracking systems, monitoring drivers at every turn and blaming them for inefficient driving. But shouldn't a company start with itself first?