Their workspace left much to be desired: spread over three floors of two different buildings, “our offices were not inspiring, and they didn’t support teamwork,” says Stephen Loney, director of operations for Tower Pinkster Titus Associates, a 45-person architecture and engineering firm in Kalamazoo, MI.Tags: Attract & Retain, Professional Services
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