So collectively we are rethinking our image of what the office should be.
Whether as a component of an organisation, an extension of one’s home, and, perhaps most importantly, how it responds to the activities carried out within.
In general, the redesign of one’s office or workplace represents a key moment of change for the organisation as it reviews its needs and the way it functions.
More and more part of the office design and workplace optimisation exercise centres around the footfall through the office, rather than simplistically providing accommodation, based on a total number of employees.
If a firm employs 400 people, it likely that it will be rare that they will ever all be in together – and when they are, even more hard to see them all at their desk for the same time!
Maris regularly conduct surveys which demonstrate that even the less mobile workers (Legal, HR and I.T/ Software roles might be examples) only occupy their desk for 3.9 days per week, with others only between 5 and 10% of the time in any given month. The role of the office is moving toward that of a kind of landmark, locating the identity of the brand.
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