A hybrid office is an environment that supports the distribution of the workforce between the office, and working remotely. The term ‘hybrid office’ is becoming increasingly well-known as employees desire more freedom and flexibility in their working environment. The Health, Wealth and Happiness study by LifeSearch recently found 44% of employees wanted some form of hybrid working on their return to the office. The hybrid office has developed as a more flexible solution, allowing employees to have a mix between the office and home working.
Do you have a workspace that needs updating to allow for a smoother process? Do you need to create more space for your workspace to maintain your current levels of output? Have you thought about adapting your existing space to meet your changing business needs?
The world of office design is always rapidly changing, and we are used to working in a fast-paced environment. Even so, workplace design is going through one of the largest shake ups we have ever experienced.
It has been widely stated that Covid-19 has forced businesses to rethink their ways of working, with some predicting that we would see the death of the office altogether. Glenside is convinced that those forecasting that there is no future for the office are incorrect in their predictions.
Glenside looks forward to 2021 with optimism, even though there is some way to go before things return to some kind of normality. In August we moved to our new office building In Reading and will be glad to have the opportunity of welcoming visitors to its spacious showroom.
As people gradually return to their places of work with the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no question of carrying on as before. The government’s guidance “Working Safely During Coronavirus (Covid-19)” sets out a range of measures that should be carried out…