An office is not just about a place where you work, it lays the foundation of your brand, your culture and your working ethos.
It’s a place to get creative and have organic discussions that drive your business forward.
Having a considered Workplace Strategy enhances the culture, productivity and financial aspects of a business.
It creates the perfect working environment where your employees are happy, productive and where your business can achieve its ambitions.
This list is by no means extensive but is the kinds of thing you should put careful consideration into when developing your Workplace Strategy.
Questions to Form Your Workplace Strategy
Do you need to have all your employees in the office all of the time or is there some opportunity to have fewer desks and some people working from home?
Do fixed desks or hot desks work better?
Would your employees have more energy using standing desks?
Do you need private offices, or do you need an open-plan space?
Would your employees benefit from enticing breakout areas?
Do you need a little tea point or a kitchen where your whole team can eat together?
Do you need meeting rooms and collaboration space?
Would phone booths be beneficial?
Do you need to accommodate clients visiting your office?
What technology do you need to consider for a productive workforce?
Every business is different, operates differently and has its own priorities. Through an understanding of your brand and requirements on a deeper level, One One One are able to present you with a bespoke Workplace Strategy to ensure your property is benefiting your growth and to create a detailed brief when acquiring a new office.
About One One One
One One One are a London commerical property company who only ever act for tenants.
As a business, we were formed to make UK companies stronger through their real estate decisions. The success we have achieved to date is by providing a service that is aligned with our clients.
We believe that our values are imperative to how we conduct business and run our company. They are the building blocks of our culture, and they support our common business principles and our people. They form part of all our decision making in everything we do.