Smart Working entails everyone making their own decision about how to work more efficiently. One aspect of this is the working environment involved. And different staff members like different types of workstations. While one swears by an office landscape, another prefers to work in a private office. If office accommodation is under review, then it is logical to think about setting up different types of workstation. Examples are a workstation for concentrated work, a project room or meeting room. This does not always require a new office environment or completely new furniture. The furnishings should also be appropriate to the working culture you want to achieve.
If you would like to exchange thoughts on this and find out more about what the benefits for you could be, contact Karen Frowijn.