Creating a Flexible Office Space Post-Pandemic
With companies preparing to bring workers back to the office after a two-year-long global pandemic, what that environment looks like is the essential question people are asking.
Bryce Stuckenschneider, President & CEO at Loftwall, says the most important advice he can offer companies trying to figure out their post-pandemic office space requirements is to be willing to change. Flexible office space can adapt to the needs now and accommodate changes down the road.
“Be prepared to throw your plans out the window, to change, to listen to your employees, to listen to workplace strategists, and ‘what’s next’ because those are the companies that people are going to want to stay at,” said Stuckenschneider.
There is an intense battle for talent now, and companies willing to listen to their employees’ needs and offer a flexible office space could hold the advantage over those who do not. People may be momentarily excited to come together in an office environment, but does that open floor plan workspace, so popular before 2020, give employees the same ability to get their focus-work done, as they became accustomed to working from home? It’s a factor companies have no choice but to consider.
Loftwall products provide flexibility and adaptability to the workspace without all construction costs. And a little bit of privacy can give a whole lot of focus—focus employees returning to the office desire and need. Change is constant, and there is no reason why the office can’t be ready to meet those changes head-on. For more industry insights, stay tuned to MarketScale.com.
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