Several studies conducted questioned workers about their work preferences and It has been found that employees still desire to work from home at least two times a week however the working environment still matters!
With the introduction of technology, work has become more catered to employees’ needs and their working style. Technology has further transformed offices into spaces that demand serious adaptation from its employees.
There have been significant changes in management and productivity styles and procedures in just the past ten years and these changes are reflected in today’s workplace as we know it. Offices have made a shift to coworking, remote working (digital) and hot desking.
The workplace has slowly been progressing towards flexibility and comfort as it moves towards becoming more engaging with fewer desks and more collaboration between team members.
In the coming years, the out dates ways of working will likely cease to exist and offices consisting of cubicles and senior executive suites will lose their relevance. The workplace is moving to a place of pliability, where the focus will be on employees’ needs, creativity and innovation. It will be a dynamic entity that is fluid and not limited to physical boundaries.
Flexible Office Space
It has been said that by the year 2030, the workplace will include workable hours. The emphasis will be on selflessness and transformation. It will be matched per the personnel needs as a place of mood adaptation. An area of purposefulness where the future of work includes creating spaces set to serve a particular purpose.
Contrary to popular belief, the physical workplace will not be eliminated, human interaction will always prevail. The workplace will remain as a home that is human-centric and changeable. A space for teams to gather and share ideas, values and culture. They are set to be hubs of innovation and where new ideas are born.
The workplace is heading to being human centred, focused on employees’ need and easily adaptable to the business needs. The focus will be on the employee and keeping personnel happy and productive. This is seen through an introduction of measures such as standing desks and comfortable seating.
What is a flexible office space?
Referred to as “flexispaces,” flexible office spaces are dynamic future spaces. They encourage adaptability. They have a traditional office layout whilst fully functional but with minimal set up time and zero set up costs, hassle and stress. They are transformable to fit the users’ needs at any time. Flexispaces are set up in a way that they can brace their users as their tasks and viewpoints change. These spaces encourage creativity and innovation and the users leave these spaces as problem solvers.
They enforce diversity – one area can become a presentation room, a working space, a project planning room and a boardroom at different times. Space can take multiple forms at separate times, depending on your needs and conforming to what is needed at a particular time. They can host a variety of people and brands. Flexible workspaces are innovative and spaces for networking.
Where can I rent a flexible office space?
If you are searching for a Flexi space solution that is fully functional and well equipped, contact FutureSpace. Our maintained transformable spaces are in Johannesburg are right in the heart of the Sandton and Bryanston business CBDs. We offer virtual offices, coworking spaces, executive suites, and bespoke solutions, all of which can conform to a user’s need. All this with the slightest set up time and zero setup costs, hassle, and stress.
FutureSpace has several flexible offices suitable for all types of businesses. From traditional working spaces, coworking spaces, executive suites, and user-tailored spaces. These spaces are ideal for freelancers and all kinds of entrepreneurs. Whether you need one desk today, two tomorrow, a project planning room, a board room the next day, or even a meeting room – these spaces are transformable.