As people start to think about returning to the office in some form or another, what should that space look like now? Now is the time for managers and office owners alike to envision the office that employees will return to.
For some companies, it’s fully returning all of their staff into their adapted socially distance-spaced workspaces. Others, it is a hybrid of working from home and going into the office. It is clear that the open-planned office trend will probably never be the same again.
Providing banks of desks for people to send emails and answer phones now feels increasingly out of date. It is not news that the amount of privacy given to each person in the office has been decreasing as companies adopted open planned, often busy looking offices. It’s unlikely that pre-virus office environments are to remain.
A well-planned return to offices requires a rethink of the physical setup. Whether that is a complete office reconfiguration, installation of new socially distanced furniture, or the construction of new creative concentration pods or phone booths, we can help. The possibilities are endless.
If you are considering the reconfiguration possibilities of your office and would like to speak to one of our project managers about the services Harris Installation Services are able to offer, please contact us.