Deciding Between Home and Office Work Environments

06/20/2017 |

A Step-By-Step Guide to Modern Workplace Solutions, an eBook from AgilQuest, examines the different types of work environments that can be incorporated into an organization

The evolution of technology and the way jobs have adapted to fit the needs of employees have led to organizations providing workers with options to work inside and out of the traditional office environment. In a competetive job market, top talent are seeking workplaces that can provide the freedom to choose the best place to work, both at the office and at home. 

Studies have found that when employees work in an environment that's best suited for them, they are more productive and engaged. In addition, organizations can save tremendous amounts of money in real estate and resource costs.

 

Download the free eBook to learn more about:

  • Permanently Assigned Seating – Workspaces are assigned to individuals

  • Desk Sharing – Assigning two or more people to each workspace

  • Hoteling – Workspaces available to anyone by reservation

  • Free Address – Unassigned, non-reserveable space

  • Meeting Room Management – Accurate, reliable control for all conference rooms

  • Utilization Analytics – Dashboards and reporting for workspace utilization


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