Workers are wanting more choice about where they work, whether that is remotely or in different settings around the office. Make sure you are equipping them with the tools and the choice to find the place where they will do their best work.
Workforce expectations have been changing for a while now; the pandemic just accelerated this. The door to remote work has been blown open, and the realities of what work looks like are varied.
Traditionally, lease expirations and subsequently office relocations have driven offices to update their furniture. What happens when your lease is short enough that your furniture doesn't need to be replaced?
After more than a year adjusting to working from home, businesses may need to consider changing up their office space as employees transition back.
Changes from 2021 are driving the need for an elastic interior, but what does this mean for you? Here are 3 ways the elastic interior can apply to your space.
With the future of work looking like a distributed model, how do you prepare your office to handle workers who are in and out?
What are the factors driving the need for flexibility in your workplace this year? Here are 3 reasons you’ll want to make sure you have an elastic interior.