Team work and collaborative working is becoming an increasingly popular way to get the job done for many businesses and work forces across the UK. The old saying goes, two heads are better than one, and imagine what you can achieve with four heads, instead of just two and so on.
Every office and every business has a wide range of duties and responsibilities that need to be completed. Most businesses will have separate departments for specific needs of the business, and this is where desk partitions and screens can be handy.
Hot desking is a concept that has grown in popularity over the past few years and is increasingly becoming a popular practice in many workplaces. For those not familiar with the term, ‘hot desking’ basically refers to a system that allows employees to move freely throughout the office in terms of desk use: employees don’t have a set desk and will use desks available when they start their shift.
Modern employees are spending one third of their entire lifetime in the workplace, which means making it a pleasant working environment is essential for your well being. This can be achieved with a good design and a good understanding of what your employees need to thrive in the workplace. In this post we are sharing our five reasons why your office design matters.
Although talk of co-working has only recently become part of workplace vernacular, there are already tens of thousands of employees working in co-working spaces and reaping the benefits of so doing. Co-working has had huge growth in terms of the way offices are set up for several years now, and the amount of people working in these kinds of office environments is growing rapidly: so, what are the benefits?
We are moving towards the mid-point of 2019, and as usual office furniture and design is continuing to develop and revolutionising as we become more and more conscious of the needs and desires of employees in addition to the demands and requirements of modern business. So, now seems like to a good time to identify any emerging trends and ideas in office interiors that you could replicate, or incorporate elements thereof, into your workspace.