How To Shape Destination Interiors That Entice Employees Back To The Office

How To Shape Destination Interiors That Entice Employees Back To The Office


December 2020

From The LEADER.

Despite the flexibility perks of working from home, knowledge workers still function best when they can solve problems together. So, how can corporate real estate leaders achieve offices that not only relieve employee anxiety about returning to a shared workplace, but also inspire them to actually want to come back? By curating interiors that offer a sense of belonging – which, amidst COVID-19 – is now more important than ever to companies and their teams.

To shape a safe and inviting workplace, start by taking stock of short-term needs, then step back for deeper reflection. How could interior design better support organizational goals for culture, connectedness and productivity?

Keywords: Scott Delano and Mel Chotiner, The LEADER, Wright Heerema Architects, Interior Design, Employee Retention, Pandemic


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