Employees are returning to the office everywhere, but they’re using office space differently than they did before.
Most want the freedom to work remotely for at least part of the week and come in when they need to collaborate closely with others or focus on deep work.
A hybrid office gives them that flexibility while potentially reducing overhead costs for employers. Instead of needing a dedicated desk for every employee and leasing new office space each time the team expands, they can make workspaces reservable. Read more here.