To ring in the new year, many of us will have a few cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, stay out well past our bedtimes - and vow to start eating right and exercising more in 2017.
The greenest companies in Wisconsin this year are a varied mix, from large manufacturers and multinationals to small consulting firms and even a laser tag and game center on Milwaukee's south side.
Last week, Wisconsinites delivered a resounding message at the ballot box. They're not buying the class warfare that the Democratic political establishment is selling.
Green Bay Area Public School District officials are working on a master plan to revamp our city's schools. They may finish as soon as this November.
Prefabricated solutions help to improve flexibility, infection prevention and patient privacy.
KI recently hosted a spectacular evening in Miami Beach at Hotel Astor with local designers and customers to celebrate the launch of its Dōni seating collection.
A new advisory from the American Heart Association reveals that anyone who sits for hours each day is at risk of developing a variety of health issues. Find out just how dangerous it can be.
Employers can save themselves millions through wellness programs. They just nee to find ways to boost workers' low participation rates.
Programs and promotions focused on well-paying, high-tech careers has helped the Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance generate a 285 percent increase in industrial degrees and improve position fill rates by 45 percent.
Rather than demand that workers be healthy, KI offers financial incentives and workplace supports to boost healthy behaviors that are integrated into the company culture.
After almost two years of construction, the Student Wing has reopened its doors to reveal a completely revamped set of classrooms, lounge spaces and technology resources.
For Webb and his team, the key component to active design is mobility among employees. Nextep embraced the concept and asked KI to take it further.
In order for a business to survive for years -or even generations-that heart has to be strong and healthy. Many companies understand this and have long offered a wide range of benefits to keep their employees healthy and productive.
NeoCon is one of the largest gatherings of workplace experts in the world. Held annually at Chicago's cavernous Merchandise Mart, the event outlines trends that will affect the workplace for years to come.
KI's VP of Design and Product Marketing, Shawn Green, walks Interiors & Sources through the showroom at NeoCon 2016.
Spring and summer are the seasons for betrothals and weddings. CEO Dick Resch says companies should think about getting engaged with their own workers, making it clear that they're valued and tying them to the company to boost productivity.
Open-office designs, lounge settings and sit-stand desks were among some of the trends on display this week at the NeoCon design exposition in the Merchandise Mart.
As seen on the LESHOCK VALUE: Marcus Leshock tried out furniture from KI that makes the office a more comfortable environment with WGN Morning News.
Worry no more. The Business of Furniture team was hard at work over the last two days scouring showrooms high and low for the coolest, most innovative and generally awesome products at NeoCon.
KI's latest product, the Doni chair, blends the best of both design and manufacturing prowess into one of the company's most comprehensive seating collections to date.
Eleven Northeastern Wisconsin companies have been named “Green Masters” for their continuing efforts to embrace sustainability.
When Jamie Williams was choosing a college major a dozen years ago, she had no grand plans for a career in manufacturing.
No fewer than 600 studies have shown that health care design has a significant impact on medical outcomes.
Employers and builders must think about going green the moment they decide to construct a new office - or renovate an old one. New technologies and building techniques can empower them to do so.
Attracting and retaining excellent employees makes the top 10 list of the most difficult tasks for most business leaders.