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7 ideas for hybrid office layouts

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Hybrid work is the way of the future and it's here to stay. A hybrid workplace design gives you a competitive edge and having the option of hybrid work is a top priority for job seekers. This is particularly true of educated and skilled workers, a difficult group to recruit and retain.

A hybrid approach to work requires a flexible workplace design that stimulates collaboration and provides a sense of community and comfort. You need an approach to workplace design that includes a range of spaces suitable for a variety of jobs. In the modern world of work, the office still has an important role to play, particularly in establishing a business culture. A great workplace can become a community: a place where people can interact, learn and grow.

Desk cubicles, meeting rooms and private offices will soon be obsolete. So, what should your new and improved hybrid office space look like? Let's take a look at some hybrid office layout ideas that will encourage employees to come to work, collaborate and interact with their colleagues.

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Outdoor spaces

Being surrounded by fresh air and sunlight has a variety of health benefits, including improved concentration, reduced stress, increased creativity and happiness, and even improved short-term memory. Employees are more likely to come to work if they have access to an outside office space. Make sure there are enough work surfaces and seating to support many workers working at the same time. A long table with enough seating for six people should be sufficient. Double tables can also be added for those who need to work alone in order to concentrate fully.

Hot desking centres

Hot desking is the practice of not allocating desk space to specific employees. Individual desks as well as a small meeting room can be booked by individuals or groups at the desk centre. The Hot Desk Centre is a combination of individual workstations and collaboration areas that are great for teams and it should be the main point of an open plan office layout. To meet this need, your desk hotspot solution should allow employees to arrange a group of workstations or meeting spaces for their team.

Immersive meeting rooms

Since complete teams will not be in the office at the same time, smaller, more intimate tables that can accommodate 6-8 people function well. For a better video conferencing experience, provide a soundproof roomwith cameras and microphones. It is also desirable to have a large, interactive digital screen. Remote employees and in-office participants will have a better understanding of each other, leading to more effective collaboration. Meeting rooms, like all other spaces in a hybrid office, should be added to your booking system. The more meeting rooms you have, the bigger your company will be.

Café seating

Many remote employees occasionally prefer to work in a café; even small businesses may produce a similar environment in-house at any time. Café-style seating (e.g. coffee tables, sofas, bar stools, etc.) is a great way to inspire employees who thrive in a relaxed, lively environment. Employees will flock to such areas to take a break and engage in the type of casual conversation that promotes new ideas and guidance.

Communal kitchens

Whether the workplace is large or small, a shared kitchen can be used to reconnect employees on a personal level. This area is set up as an open plan kitchen with a microwave, fridge and coffee machine. It may have a kitchen island with stools around it and a sofa area with a coffee table. Individual details, such as free drinks stored in the fridge or even a barista, all contribute to the office experience. Your staff will no doubt use this space to have lunch and chat with their colleagues.

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A home away from home

One of the benefits of working from home for employees is the opportunity to relax, change posture and spend time in a way that makes them feel healthier and more productive. Consider providing a refuge room where employees can go if they are feeling overwhelmed and need a nap, or just to relax, read or recharge. The goal is to create environments that allow individuals to work at their best.

Adaptable furniture

A hybrid office should be adaptable. Choose workplace furniture that can be rearranged or relocated as needed. Consider desks and office chairs that are equipped with castors. When working on projects or simply brainstorming, employees can reconfigure their desks to form a unit that can be pushed out of the way when they want to work alone.

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