Imagine your first day at a new job — getting to know your coworker’s names, learning where they sit, navigating your way around the office. Now, imagine that feeling as a remote employee who rarely comes into the office. Would they know where to go or who to ask for help? Or would it always feel like day one to them?
Here we are, the third and final segment in the Hybrid Office series. In our first two blogs, we covered what a Hybrid Office is and the different types of models that businesses are using. But now, we want to help you understand the physical components involved in creating a hybrid working space that truly embraces every type of employee and ensures comfort and productivity for everyone — both in the office and out.
Maximize Your Furniture Investment with a Reconfiguration
Here’s a pro tip: Creating this brand new space doesn’t have to mean starting from scratch. For many business owners, their previous office spaces may not fit the needs of their teams or their processes any more, but it can save you from a total revamp. Office reconfigurations, one of Ethosource’s specialties, are a great way to maximize the aspects of your space that are working and improve on those that aren’t.
In this process, our design team helps you blend your existing furniture with new, sustainable products and technology that both minimize your carbon footprint and save on your investment. By incorporating new and used furniture in adaptable solutions, you can better prepare for any changes down the road as your business evolves.
To learn more about our new and used furniture selection, as well as our full-service design and space planning solutions, contact Ethosource today. The modern office is constantly changing, so let us help you create the right Hybrid work environment for your team and help you prepare for everything the future may bring.