Crown Workspace featured on Workplace Strategies Podcast
How are multi-generational workforces changing workplace strategies?
Technology, economics, demographics, are all factors in the changing workplace dynamics. Creating a workplace strategy today that can grow and adapt to the way we will be working in the future is key for any organization. Crown has recently launched Crown Workspace here in the states to help you and your organization navigate office moves, office redesigns or office build-outs.
How has the remote work environment changed the needs of businesses? How are workplace settings changing? What impact does having multi-generations working under one roof have on how companies considering spacial planning? How can workplaces change to appeal to the younger working generation?
Outnumbering their millennial predecessors, Gen-Z will make up 40% of the working and consumer population by 2020. Oddly enough, despite being inundated with technology since birth, they crave and place high value on offline relationships. How can workplaces change to appeal to the younger working generation?
All of these questions and more were answered by Crown Workspace in “Workplace-Strategies, A Podcast Series” hosted by Fred Coon.
Listen to the “The US at Work” podcast interview, here.
The rate of change in today’s workplace is accelerating, and if you aren’t prepared, it could dramatically impact your business. To learn how Crown Workspace can help your company’s bottom-line contact us for more information.
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