The Hybrid Office is Evolving as the New Workplace
What will the new normal look like? Reevaluate your long-term real estate goals as you bring employees back to work safely and introduce new habits into the workplace. Reconsider your approach to open floor concepts and shared co-working spaces by incorporating space dividers, privacy screens and sneeze guards.
While employees crave a human to human connection, they also want a safe environment and flexibility on where to work. We need to create highly adaptive and flexible spaces that inspire and allow us to connect. Work done remotely needs to support the employee with technology and a private space free from distractions.
Tools to help create a productive hybrid office include: protective screens & shields, room & space dividers, PPE sanitary stations, air purification systems, notification signage, and ergonomic home office furniture.