Over the course of the pandemic, some have realized that working from home and hybrid schedules have actually increased productivity and job satisfaction. Others have seen their teams suffer through remote work arrangements and have realized that they really do need to be back in the office where they can collaborate face-to-face. Whether your aim is getting your teams excited to visit the office on-the-regular again, or simply making your spaces more hospitable for all types of work styles, some flexibility in space allocation, and enhancement of surroundings and amenities might be in order. Here are some strategies that might help your workplace better compete for your workers’ attention.
Tim Cook, Apple Inc.
on their plan to return to the office
Co-working spaces and coffee shops have known for years that an assortment of cafe style tables, chairs, banquettes and bar-height work surfaces can create spaces perfect for solo touchdown work and ad hoc meetings. Sprinkle these in transition spaces and adjust finishes to match your aesthetic…from spartan to chic and fun.