With offices around the world slowly reopening, the Coronavirus pandemic has made businesses rethink the set-up of their workspaces – both for short and long-term benefits. The focus has been placed around combining remote working with in-office working; the right balance can provide employees with the confidence that they are able to get on with their daily tasks away from the office and manage their personal lives.
As a result of this, some offices will have more excess space than before – this is where an office refurbishment can help. It can transform these empty areas into places where employees can connect, collaborate, be inspired, or relax and recharge. The aim will be to create an environment that works for the employees; they work for the business, so providing them with such a facility can only have benefits for the present and future of the organisation.