Hybrid workspace technology is transforming companies, yielding optimal Business outcomes and People outcomes.
Business and People leaders around the world are seeking balance between remote and in-office work as they strive to re-engage their workforces and navigate sensitive economic times. Where work gets done and how we run our hybrid offices matter more than ever before.
Recent PwC research found that 86% of executives believe employees should be in the office at least three days a week to maintain company culture. In New York, workers are back to Manhattan offices except for Mondays and Fridays, and this new three-day commute week could be permanent.
To embrace hybrid work, companies like Google are transitioning to desk sharing to maintain real estate efficiency while offering a flexible working model to their employees, who crave physical collaboration and also love the comfort of home. In these cases, hybrid workspace technology serves as the backbone of the office and provides the tools and analytics to easily manage everything from desk booking to safe check-in to utilities usage data.
On average, companies leveraging space management software are experiencing 25% higher productivity by helping employees collaborate safely and effectively, and seeing up to 40% less costs on office space and facilities management. In the current economic climate, these benefits can make a significant impact on an organization’s overall success.
Good technology can provide business advantages through automation of time consuming manual work, collaboration tools that drive productivity and innovation, and team building resources that foster employee wellbeing.
As hybrid workspace technology evolves in the coming years, we’re excited to be a part of the journey and to help improve the way people work. If you’re ready to start scheduling and booking desks and rooms, create your free Skedda account today.