Thinking of making your workspace future-relevant? Think multifunctional. Single-purpose spaces are past; it’s time for fluid, engaging, and dynamic offices. Image Courtesy: Udaan Multifunctional workspaces, considered a subset of open floor office planning, are associated with co-working, versatility, and liberty. Multifunctional office designs challenge the
“Is my workspace healthy, safe, and engaging?” This is the question today’s working population is asking themselves. Prolonged remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic has brought a shift in employee needs. While working from home, the workforce felt isolated, misunderstood, and disconnected from their
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic made ‘work-from-home’ the new normal. Though the transition from an office-based workspace to a remote workspace was difficult, the IT industry set a shining example. The industry’s versatile work culture, tech-driven data systems, and progressive workforce made this switch
Just when the world thought the pandemic had ended and people could return to normalcy and workplaces, new variants of Covid-19 brought new twists. The back-to-office plans were halted, and remote work policies were extended. But this also helped employers and employees find new possibilities.
If we asked a diverse group of people to imagine an office space, everyone would have a different notion about it. Some would imagine a space with linear cubicles and cabins, while others would think of an open floor plan with an organic furniture layout;
Often workplace experience is associated with an “aesthetic” space, one with bold graphics, groovy colors, and fancy furniture. Is workplace experience limited to offering employees just an aesthetically beautiful workplace? Imagine working in a space that looks beautiful, but the lighting is bad, ventilation makes
The quest to offer the best employee experience has taken a toll on brands to feel the pressure to deliver ‘The best Hybrid Experience’. While this aspiration to offer the best to the workforce is a good indicator, the pressure has led leaders to often
Before the pandemic, a typical workday for employees meant spending the whole day on assigned desks, cabins, or cubicles. But, with the inception of the new normal and the new age of working, the workplace is bound to undergo fundamental shifts. Moreover, even before Covid19,