A recent PwC survey highlights the pre Covid-19 trend for office/homeworking is here to stay. What the mix between the future office and kitchen table will be and what this means for owners and users is less certain. Just as with coffee, discerning, offering and managing consumer choice will be key. Office design and facilities management will play a part with a dusting of legal considerations also likely to influence the future office and future of work. Employment, health and safety , landlord and tenant and data management responsibilities and legislation should not be forgotten as we explore and find our preferred blend. The British Council of Offices have published some interesting thoughts - worth a read over coffee.
Morning coffee thoughts on the office/homeworking new blend
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great to join #BCO @Stanhope @Landsec and share legal thoughts for #futureoffice #OfficePostCovid - the 3R's— Helen Garthwaite (@hgarthwaite1) April 24, 2020
- new responsibilities , relationships and risks - timely reminder for #landlords #tenants #PropertyManagement for #OfficePostCovid #returntowork #strategy https://t.co/HkGnPkEo3d
#COVID19 has affected how employees use #office space & will alter future building design. #Construction Partner @hgarthwaite1 has contributed to @BCO_UK’s report exploring the considerations in the design & delivery of #OfficePostCovid https://t.co/0POgwfgDbf— Wedlake Bell LLP (@WedlakeBell) April 24, 2020