If your business is looking at a return to the office in 2022, the biggest questions may be centring on what you need to change to ensure that it remains a safe place to work. You're not alone; most firms will be making adjustments to their offices in the coming months, some more than others, to ensure that everyone will be able to work comfortably and in a way they enjoy.
But where to start? In a post-COVID setting, office space planning will arrange office layouts so that employees are able to work safely yet be provided with the best opportunity to create an efficient workflow, be able to communicate and be supervised. The main aim of OSP is to increase productivity, whilst still maintaining (and often, improving) the quality of work produced; improving an employee's enjoyment of their workday is key in realising these aims.
Here, we're going to take a look at the different elements that will apply to a workplace post-COVID, giving you an idea of what you'll need to do in your own office.