How to make your office a destination employees want to visit
Hybrid working is likely to be the future for many organisations, and the office remains a vital part of the mix. Here, we provide five practical tips on how to make yours stand out as a destination people want to come to.
The pandemic ushered in a new era of remote working, and while some organisations are now requiring staff to return to offices full-time, it’s clear that hybrid working will form the basis of how many businesses operate in future.
Remote working has many benefits but isn’t suitable for everyone. Many people — particularly younger generations — rely on working in office environments to learn new skills, build contacts and for somewhere to focus on their work.
For businesses, it’s essential that the office provides an environment where people will feel inspired, productive and socially connected with their peers. In fact, according to The Workplace Oooh! report produced by Claremont Group Interiors, 84% of employees now expect the office to deliver an experience, so those that fail to do so are unlikely to attract and retain the talent they need.To access please sign in.