Going back to the office will look different for many of us

A lot has changed over the past year around the office. For starters, we haven’t been there much. As reopening plans unfold, returning to the office will look different for many of us. Some of us will be heading back to the office soon. Some will be working reduced hours at the office. And some will continue to work from home and occasionally go into the office.

There will be different back to the office scenarios depending on where you work, what industry you work in, and what direction your organization decides to take. You might be asking yourself, where do we go from here? On the next few web pages, we have provided post-pandemic workplace planning options to consider for your business.


The short answer is yes, you do need an office. While the workplace as we knew it has changed forever, the world isn’t quite ready for a 100% work from home model without the need for a physical office location where team members can meet in person, collaborate, and exchange ideas. But different options have emerged in this new post-pandemic workplace reality.

We have just gone through the largest alternative workplace strategy experiment in history. It provided us with an unprecedented opportunity to reconsider the fundamental reasons for the need for a shared workplace.

We learned that space and collaboration affect us all at a sub-conscious level, contributing to our emotions and perceptions both positively and negatively. Office design can not only contribute to productivity, but also supports the mental and physical health of your team, thus your business.

Find out more about Post-Pandemic Workplace Planning.



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