Since 2020, working from home – partial or total – has become a reality for millions of people around the world. While for some it means flexibility and freedom, many employees want to go back to the office. But a different office. More flexible, more collaborative: flex office seems to meet the demands of employees – and companies.Learn More
Flexibility and autonomy for some, loss of reference points and disorganization for others: hot desking seems to divide. However, this organizational mode, where employees no longer have their own workstation, is gaining momentum. At a time when workplaces need to reinvent themselves, its practicality is no longer debated. Let’s zoom in on the pros and cons of hot desking.Learn More
The office will be flexible or it won’t be. In just a few years, the organization of work has been completely turned upside down. And so have workers’ expectations. Thus, the majority of the 50% of teleworkers in France and in the United Kingdom in 2020 (OECD) wished to keep a flexible organization of work. To meet this demand, and the logistical constraints that result, hot desking and coworking are gaining momentum.Learn More
To reach its full potential, the flex office requires a measured and anticipated implementation: calendar, monitoring of on-site traffic, management of the workforce day after day, space reservations… To manage these different facets simply, tenant experience applications bring together all the key elements of the flex office.Learn More
Hybrid real estate is therefore an advantage for asset managers in optimising their spaces and the income generated by their properties. But it is also a plus for all tenant companies.Learn More
Companies know it: the Flex office is a work solution that optimizes space management by taking into account the hybrid reality of work modes. However, the disadvantages of this organization can quickly appear insurmountable if the management and the management are not adapted.Learn More
Improving the well-being of employees is becoming the real competitive lever for companies: a strategy that improves employee commitment but also customer satisfaction, for whom responsible consumption is increasingly sought after. Human resources are therefore on all fronts: creating and managing a community of happy employees, designing spaces for a premium experience, digitizing services for better day-to-day management of spaces…Learn More
47% of office workers consider that their workspace no longer corresponds to their needs. Organization of the premises, absence of certain services, waste of time, lack of flexibility… The reasons for this dislike are more and more numerous.
For human resources and work environment management, it is not enough to try to satisfy employees, it is also necessary to comply with new regulations and manage spaces more and more finely to optimize costs.
The office building has undergone profound upheavals in recent years, with the background of needing to make it a place to strengthen attachment to the company and collaboration between teams. With this in mind, the office must offer spaces that promote discussion and creativity, while ensuring that they are viable economically: as employees no longer travel to the workplace every day, the private space on offer must be flexible and shared.Learn More
Until recently, owners and operators of office buildings paid little attention to the occupant experience within their buildings. The advent of new business models, new workspaces as well as the increased use of new technologies have stirred up employees’ expectations regarding their workplace. How can you meet their demand?Learn More