To function well, hybrid workplaces need an interior redesign. With these design strategies, a better interior doesn’t have to break the bank.
"It's a very flexible system. There's enough space in the system to allow me the freedom to do what I want. It's not confining if you want to do things a different way."
-Large Corporation, VP Real Estate and Facilities
If you’re worried about the hybrid workplace’s impact on your corporate culture, worry no more. This organization shows how it can work.
Patient records are governed by HIPAA. Healthcare facilities’ documents are governed by the statute of repose, and digitization makes it easier.
Each lab has its own unique design needs, but there are three design components that every lab requires to function effectively and efficiently.
For workers to be comfortable returning to the office, you’ll need extra space or use existing space more efficiently. There’s tech for that!
The hybrid workplace is the new standard. You’ll have to redesign your offices to optimize the hybrid workflow, but the benefits are worth it.
Employees returning to work are encountering perfectly preserved “museum” offices. How will the new hybrid work style change that?
The hybrid workplace is the post-pandemic standard, but it brings challenges and opportunities. How will the shape of the workplace change?
Covid is a change accelerator. Design, operations, and corporate culture are transforming all at the same time, and it’s a lot to take in.
Today’s employees want the flexibility to work at home or at the office, as needed. Office “neighborhoods” support the hybrid work style.