The future of the UK workplace is set to change after the pandemic as employees begin to transition back to the office. Whilst some are happy to return others are more sceptical hoping to retain some of the benefits experienced during the various stages of lockdown.
The evolution of the office shows a long history of skyscrapers (Frank Lloyd Wright) varied layouts (Burolandschaft), working hours (Henry Ford), cubicles (Robert Propst)
and technology aimed at efficiently housing employees in central locations.
A serviced office is a physical working space owned by an operator which is used by various types of businesses in a multitude of ways. The concept redefines the need to have a conventional office which can be expensive for corporates and ineffective for smaller business owners.
Employee habits in the workplace has changed following the COVID pandemic. Workers were forced into full time home working thus evoking the biggest work from home experiment ever conducted. They now have a decision to make stay at home full time, return to the office or incorporate hybrid working.