Whether it’s working on a confidential document or partaking in a private phone call, there will always be times when privacy is required. Rather than traditional private offices, with four walls and a door, a large desk, a bookcase and a filing cabinet, modern workplaces can benefit from pods, huddle zones and soundproofed glass boxes. These additions to your office allow work to continue without distraction
"57% of people say that technology is the most important thing in their workplace"
Ways to book rooms or spaces
A room booking system is vital in a hybrid working environment. Without having a dedicated office or desk, colleagues need to be given the confidence that they will be able to work effectively when they come into the office.
Questions to ask when evaluating booking system should be:
• Does it sync with my organisation’s calender system?
• Can I use it to book rooms and hot desks?
• Can colleagues book directly from their phone on the go?
• When you enter the building, can you easily see where rooms or spaces are available?
Perhaps the most important part of the destination office is the spaces for collaboration. Teams are making the effort to come into the office because they want to work together, and to do so they need the right set-up. With colleagues, clients and visitors all using different technology solutions, and meeting with partner who use various UC platforms, it’s vital to invest in agnostic meeting room technology.
"80% of people prefer to collaborate with colleagues in person as it's easier to bounce ideas around face-to-face."
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