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BACK TO WORK Credit: Stephen Bennett Photography


work from. Your office is key to your business’s culture and represents the company as a whole, whilst providing a place where collaboration and creativity thrives. The office can also act as an extension of someone’s personality, and can even factor in to reasoning behind talent acquisition and retention. It’s therefore not something to be quickly overlooked or cut out when considered by businesses.


We may end up seeing a shift in how offices are used though, with many taking a ‘work from’ approach day- by-day – where the location employees work from is determined by their work load and specific project or task requirements. However, an office would still be needed for this approach, especially when it comes to working within a team. Ultimately, offices will become a space to collaborate, learn, socialise and reflect – which we all need for various aspects of our work.


Overall, workplaces will be very different to the ones we left all those months ago, and although many will be apprehensive about returning, it’s important we find a way to start the return to work. Due to the worry and anxiety that’s built up over the last few months, it’s vital that facilities managers and those with operational oversight remain in control of the return to work, planning to ensure all the necessary checks and procedures are carried out before anyone physically sets foot in the building. If businesses start to think creatively and integrate their culture into these new measures and ways of working, this return to normality will certainly be a welcome one for the office.


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long with the clear implications that social distancing guidelines will have on the physical number of people permitted in buildings at one time, organisations must


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