The way we work has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this change. Hybrid working methods, which combine remote work and office-based work, have emerged as a flexible and productive solution for businesses. This blog explores how businesses can leverage hybrid working methods to maximize their return on investment (ROI) by increasing productivity, reducing costs, and enhancing employee satisfaction.
Did you know that companies with happy employees outperform the competition by 20%? That means the potential to make 20% more than your competition, increase your market share and grow your business into a market-leading opportunity.
Hybrid working has many benefits, including increased employee satisfaction, better retention of talent and it can help you save costs.
Hybrid working is no longer a new idea, with some of the first companies to embrace the concept, re-looking at how it is working for them, and tweaking and adjusting it. According to Forbes, Google, Apple, Twitter and a number of other large tech companies are defending their requirement of working at least three days a week in-office which shows that making sure your office space is fully
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Dream vs reality. In many cases, the dream stays a dream because the reality makes the dream unachievable. This can also be the case with your office fit-out plans – there is always a limiting factor, whether it be budget or the space itself, or maybe it’s the time it would take to undertake the works.
Due to the uncertain financial times we are faced with, it is essential with any large investments, that the value and returns you meet expectations.
During these unstable financial times, it may be difficult to think about the best way to finance getting your workspace fitted out or you may be wondering what financing options there are for you out there. Despite some common misconceptions, your company doesn’t need to have huge cash reserves to finance your next office fit-out project.
Making changes to your workspace is a huge investment for the future, so it is important that you get your design right to meet your needs and have the most applicable workspace solutions. Making sure that the investment is used in the best way makes it so that a workspace refurbishment is worth it.
Design is an open scale that has no limit, it can either be scaled up or down and the beauty of design is it can be easily adapted to suit specific needs. If there’s a set budget, the team can simply prioritise and scale your design aspects for the new workspace accordingly.