Covid19 has completely changed the way we interact with people. As offices across the globe are planning re-entry to office, the onus is on the administration to ease their staff into the ‘new normal’ of office life while remaining mindful of the important health concerns involved.
Meeting rooms are where confluence of ideas happen, offering a quiet respite for people to concentrate on the business matters at hand without interruption or distractions. where people meet & brainstorm to create strategies to market their product or service.
When a company embraces a flexible work environment where a workplace doesn’t have fixed seating and/or gives employees some element of choice in when and where they work—they often introduce the concepts of hot desking or hoteling.
The pandemic has opened a new work model of moving from a fully collocated environment where employees work 100% of their time from office to giving the employee the flexibility to decide where they want to work from.
Today many organizations are opting to migrate towards the new “hybrid working” model. Hybrid working refers to giving an option to the employee to choose the days they plan to come for work to the office and days they continue working from home.
Each workplace has its own set of perks & challenges. Catching-up with your favourite co-workers and having someone spill-the tea over coffee breaks, meeting deadlines or just having your own space where you can focus on your own job-related responsibilities.
The new normal has led to drastic changes at office...