The overall physical and digital workplace experience workers have that lives in the domain of HR, IT, facilities and internal culture committees, including how well people interact with the tools and spaces provided to them.
A positive workplace experience depends on an office design that makes finding and scheduling the right types of spaces based on activity a simple task and how well those spaces support the wide range of employee activity in order to help them get their best work done.
Ideally the workplace experience should provide employees with flexibility and autonomy on where and how they want to work at any given time and is not limited to the workers who show up there daily, but also remote workers, visitors, contractors, and field workers who are in the office periodically.
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