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?
Glenside has carried out a wide variety of commercial fit-out assignments in industrial, technical and laboratory settings, where layout, placement of equipment and installation of workstations need to be planned with absolute precision.
Many people are known to have enjoyed “The Office” TV series created by Ricky Gervais, but the concept of “an office” as a place where people could work was created long ago and was very different! A recent article by Knight Frank paints a fascinating picture of the history of the office
There have been numerous forecasts on how working life will be affected as we steadily emerge from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. However, when the highly reputed international recruitment specialists Robert Walters Group surveys business leaders
At Glenside we are striving to make sure that when you are able to return to work, your workplace environment is as safe as it can be. With this in mind, we have been cooperating with innovative manufacturers to produce a range of office screening solutions…