Six Months of Working From Home

For countless offices across the country, this week marks 6 months of working from home. While this time has been full of ups and downs, we want to reminisce on the moments of joy, growth, and togetherness. Here’s what our team has been up to for the past 6 months: 

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Work From Home Game Changers

What items have totally boosted your work-from-home game? What have you purchased to increase productivity and motivation?

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New Feature: Employee Stipends

With much of the workplace remaining remote for the foreseeable future, companies are wondering how to best continue supporting their employees and providing the supplies needed for work from home success.


Enter Employee Stipends. This new feature allows companies to send a monthly stipend to each employee. Then, the employee can shop the expansive OfficeLuv catalog based on what they need for their home office.  


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The Future of the Workplace – What’s Next?

As states begin to lift shelter-in-place orders, companies are wondering about the return to the workplace. 


Some companies plan to let employees work from home through the end of 2020, while others are offering the option to work from home “forever.” Others still are beginning to plan for staged reentry, and companies worldwide are considering new protocols and practices to get back to work safely.

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eBook: Returning to the Office

There’s no doubt that the workplace will look different after COVID-19, with distanced desks and sanitizer stations becoming the norm. With so much to consider when building a reentry plan, it’s hard to know where to start.


We’ve built this framework to do just that – provide a starting point of all things that should be considered in your plan and help you prepare for whenever that time comes.


Get “All Things Considered: A guide to returning to the office” eBook here

Tired of Virtual Happy Hours? Here’s 8 Other Ways To Stay Connected Virtually

Virtual Happy Hours have recently become more commonplace than we’d ever imagined. At the beginning of this work from home span, they were a novelty and a great way to stay connected. However, as the virtual fatigue and other stressors of the current environment ebb and flow, hosting a Virtual Happy Hour for your team can be difficult.


We’re going beyond the Virtual Happy Hour with this list of other Virtual activities you can do with your team to stay connected, upbeat, and diversified in your screen time together.

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Send your employees a much needed morale boost

Before anything else, our hearts go out to anyone who is directly and indirectly impacted by COVID19. If that’s you or a loved one, we’re thinking of you. 


Companies across the world are adjusting to the new realities of working from home. Morale, collaboration, and productivity are just a few examples of the challenges this poses. 

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6 Quick Tips to Manage Your Remote Team

Many of us are working from home in response to COVID-19. In this time of uncertainty, we’re calling out 6 simple ways managers can maintain connectedness and boost morale across their teams. 

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Staying healthy in the workplace

Keeping the workplace clean and healthy is certainly a top-of-mind initiative for offices across the country currently. First and foremost, we recommend paying close attention to the CDC’s recommendations for workplaces to stay healthy and safe from coronavirus outbreaks.


During this stressful time, it’s a good opportunity to revisit precautionary measures we should be taking year-round and healthy habits to always encourage in the office.

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Workplace Wellness eBook

Workplace wellness is an important initiative in today’s office culture. Trends are pointing towards a progressive work-life balance, and companies are focusing on how to keep their employees not only happy but also productive, well-rested, fulfilled, and in a positive state of mental health.


In fact, Dr. Ron Goetzel, senior scientist and director of the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies at Johns Hopkins, has spent most of his career studying Health, Behavior, and Society and how it relates to workplace wellness. His research has led to the conclusion that having “healthy” employees means considering all types of health: physical, emotional, intellectual, financial, social, spiritual.

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