How to create a flexible work environment: A guide to getting started

In the wake of the COVID-19 where an entire workforce transitioned to work remotely, flexibility and adaptability in the office will be more important than ever. We outlined how to get started with flexible work for your workplace.

What kind of flexible work is right for your workplace?

Since no two workplaces are the same, no two flexible work environments will be the same either. Whether it’s a flexible work policy, partially remote workforce, flexible seating strategies, or a floor plan facelift, we help guide the decision making process behind what type of flexible work would be best for your office.

From the C-Suite to the average employee, it’s important to have buy in and clear communication channels before adopting a flexible work environment. What combination of internal and external stakeholders will help drive the transition forward for your company?

What other big ticket items should you consider?

Beyond the who and the what, it’s important to take a step back and consider what kind of geographic and budgetary restraints you’ll face and how they’ll impact transitioning your people to more flexible working.