Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-06-14 Origin: Site
Do you want to attract more capable employees to your company? Have you found that the competition in the talent market for hiring top employees is particularly fierce? Do you want to reduce employee turnover? These issues should be considered by every company, and the importance can be imagined.
Nowadays, salary or money may not be the only factor that affects employees' decision-making. More and more employees require office space to promote creativity, cooperation, and communication, while reducing stress and anxiety.
Apart from the preferences of employees, there is another reason for the importance of office design: it directly affects the output of employees, which will directly affect the company's revenue.
Next, we will use this article to introduce you to the 7 hottest modern office design trends and concepts in the world. When your company's next renovation, you can give priority to using these concepts~
01-Demand-based working method
Today's companies use an office design program called "demand-based working", which means that employees can work in the office wherever suits them.
For example, if an employee needs to engage in a highly focused office, he can go to a quiet and isolated area to avoid interference from colleagues. On the other hand, if employees need to collaborate with colleagues, such as learning software or supervising new employees, then they can sit at a traditional desk with adjacent seats to facilitate communication.
The following are various types of "demand-based working" environments:
Open work space-this kind of work space is more traditional. There are no partitions or small compartments to separate employees. Everyone shares a long workbench instead of individual workstations.
An open workspace is suitable for work that requires close cooperation, such as frequent questions to colleagues, so it is suitable for sales or marketing work. But the disadvantages are noise and distraction. Because of the lack of privacy, employees not only need privacy when making private calls, but also when communicating with customers on the phone.
Privacy space-it can be a small, closed, soundproof telephone room, or a quiet area isolated, which allows employees to communicate confidentially or privately. At the same time, such a small telephone room can also be used for two-person meetings.
Meeting space-this kind of space allows a group of people to discuss issues, it can be a closed space or a lounge. The meeting space can have different sizes to adapt to different changes in the number of people. Some companies have limited meeting room resources, and employees need to reserve a meeting room in advance.
Lounge-This is a very relaxing and comfortable area, usually with sofas, armchairs, lounges, and coffee tables. This area is suitable for different needs, such as temporary meetings, group meetings, work breaks, and focused work.
Coffee area-employees can eat lunch or snacks in this area. This is an ideal area for employees to brainstorm new ideas, discuss the latest projects, bump into old colleagues and reminisce about the old.
Demand-based work is a new trend that solves the problems of traditional open office. Open office has been implemented for decades, and employees can work very closely without barriers. This is a good solution to the problems of more traditional cubicles and independent offices.