In the 2020 Raconteur Report entitled, The Future of Workplace, our Global Director of Design, Simon Pole, was interviewed to discuss the best practices for creating a high-performance space for a diverse workforce.
“There’s so much data and we continue to collect a lot more, from surveys to sensors and beacons, so we know exactly how people use office space. The old adage applies: ‘What gets measured gets done.’ We want people to do their best at work.”
In a world where employees are expecting more from their workplace, and indeed their company, how can businesses keep up with the demand of offering an enticing workplace in order to attract and retain their talent?
At Unispace, we combine the science and data of strategy with the storytelling of design in order to produce a workplace that actually works for your business. Pole says: “Our integrated strategy, design and delivery teams work hand in hand to use everything we already know, plus what we discover about our clients’ employees, industry and location, to transform the way people work and transform our clients’ business results. This essential strategy phase is so often left out of office design and construction, yet it’s crucial to getting the best return on investment.”
Click here to read the full article, published by Raconteur and featured in The Times.