Successful leaders know that well-being at work is not just a personal and individual consideration but a key business strategy.
Our salary guide report published in January 2021 highlighted the work environment as the second most important reason for architectural job seekers to join a new employer. We pose the question: can the workspace increase your team’s well-being at work?
Ensure a great workplace. To have a positive impact on employee happiness and efficiency, we need to rethink the workplace. Over the last few years, working from home has completely transformed the way we work. Always connected to our responsibilities, the physical office is not as significant as it used to be.
Think work as an activity. A wide range of opportunities in terms of work environment and working style emerge from this new perception. These changes have completely transformed our interactions at work as we move beyond the framework of the traditional office. Now, work is no longer limited to a specific place as it is an activity.
Promote global access. We also have adopted a hybrid work-from-home system, and by joining the Spaces community early in the lockdown, Highline now has access to over 3,000 great workspaces all around the World. We are therefore now fully equipped to meet the needs of our global clients and attract future talent.