Everyone has a preference for how they like to work. The key is designing spaces that accommodate the diversity of how work gets done. Changing physical locations for working throughout the day makes people happier and more productive. We can help you balance the needs of individuals and teams to maximize mobility, interaction, and levels of focused concentration.
The pace and range of changes have leaders everywhere wondering how to help their employees thrive. Haworth’s team of researchers identified 3 priorities to reduce stress and foster resilience in the work-from-anywhere era. See how these concepts can make employees feel valued.
Working off-site for the long term can create feelings of alienation and loneliness. It also separates employees from the company’s community and culture. See 7 types of spaces that your company can use to support the news ways people are working.
No two teams are alike. Probing organizational culture, team subcultures, and differences in workstyles helps guide space choices. Learn how LinkedIn’s workplace strategist meets the needs of employees today and expectations for future generations.
Workspaces that allow movement have an advantage. People want to maintain greater personal space yet still be close enough to engage. Take a look at some workspace design elements that can quickly adapt to changing needs.
Regardless of where work gets done, switching spaces throughout the workday provides a lot of benefits—like enhanced productivity and reduced stress—particularly when we take our work outdoors. See several project examples.
Team assignments and types of workstyles were taken into consideration as part of the design process for a major construction materials supplier. Departments with shared goals were strategically placed together. See how, from one level to another, people experience this building as if they are moving through the strata of the Earth.
In this large legal firm with a staff of hundreds, nobody works exactly the same way. In fact, an individual may change how they work several times within a day. This firm’s headquarters was reimagined to create a dynamic environment that provides both quiet and social spaces—modern and flexible to reflect the culture.
There’s no single space that supports all the ways LinkedIn engineers work. Leaders saw the opportunity to use novel learnings from their in-house Workplace Design Lab and an ongoing research partnership with Haworth to create personal workspaces and Dynamic Team Zones to support the workstyles of their engineers.
The combo of a flexible, open office space and ergonomic home workspace ensures the team based in this New York office can connect and collaborate wherever they happen to be working. See how this space design supports a mobile workforce while those working at home can be just as productive and comfortable.