For some time now, employees have made their own ‘journey’ in the working environment. They choose one spot for peace and quiet and another for collaborations or brainstorming (activity-related work). What we do see, however, is a number of shifts in the current working environment:
- People are working (even) more frequently from home. This has made the home workspace an integral part of the working environment.
- The office of the future carries greater weight as a central meeting place. A place that encourages connectedness between co-workers and connectedness with the organisation as a whole.
- Around the meeting place a flexible pod of external working locations appears. From well-equipped work hubs to other locations (from coffee shops to public transport).
The working environment of the future
Vitalising working environments are key
‘The Hybrid Working Community offers employees all the space they need to perform at their best.’
What does this mean for your organisation?
How you envisage the vitalisation of your future working environment varies from one organisation to another, and depends on your core values as well as the work and work processes. In the whitepaper we present an overall picture of the future working environment. How your Hybrid Working Community will look depends on custom-made solutions. For that reason, Ahrend offers Workplace consultancy: we will gladly consider your organisation's challenges and help you find appropriate, future-proof solutions.Get in touch
Want to know more about the Hybrid Working Community?
- Hybrid Working Community (Brochure)
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Questions or advice?
Do you have a question about the working environment of the future or do you want advice? Our experts are happy to help.Get in touch