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There are many factors which influence trends in workspace design and workplace culture, so planning for life after Covid-19 is no easy task for businesses that want to look ahead in 2021. What is most complicated for employers is working out what new trends in the workplace environment are temporary, and perhaps stay in place […]

To contain the latest wave of coronavirus infections, employers are encouraged by the government to send their employees back to work-from-home arrangements.  However, while traditional office environments are set up specifically to facilitate work, the average home has usually been designed with comfort in mind. This isn’t necessarily an issue if you are working from […]

Managing an office relocation project without overspending can be a real challenge. Due to their complexity, office moves can be a nightmare to project manage and even harder to accurately budget for, especially given the hidden costs that can arise out of the blue. Every stage of relocation can pose problems – even for the […]

An office move can be one of the biggest decisions your organization will make. With people and workplaces being the two greatest investments, attracting the best people in the current culture means rethinking their working environment.

An office move can be one of the biggest decisions your organization will make. With people and workplaces being the two greatest investments, attracting the best people in the current culture means rethinking their working environment.

Workplace design experts predict the Covid-19 pandemic could prove a major challenge to the future of workspaces. Some of the biggest companies in the United Kingdom have embraced hot-desking as a way of reducing office space, embracing flexible working, utilising new technology and reducing overheads. Whilst being a hugely successful rollout, how much will things […]

An office move can be one of the biggest decisions your organization will make. With people and workplaces being the two greatest investments, attracting the best people in the current culture means rethinking their working environment.

As organizations return to the workplace, adjustments to working practices will undoubtedly need to be taken – be it the continuation of the work from home policy or the increase in social distancing. How workplaces will operate and what this means in terms of shifts, working layouts and staff protection measures will continue to evolve. […]

It’s the opportunity to make positive changes to the business. However, it’s important not to let your excitement run away with you.

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