Homeoffice Factor

How many colleagues will go back to the office when the Covid19 crisis is over or when the 1,5m rule is eliminated? Should the office be adapted at all to the new reality or is this not necessary?

Purpose of the tool

What should the office mainly offer? Just a quiet workplace, a meeting place or a certain mix of both. By using this tool, you will gain insight into how far the work, the culture of your company and the facilities at home allow you to work from home and what this means for the office.

What does the homeoffice factor mean?

Does a high home-working factor mean that an office will have a different function? A high home-working factor means that many activities can be done at home. But whether that will actually be done depends on the culture of the company. A high score in corporate culture shows that it is customary to work from home. But even then, the office can be a better place to work. The home situation and facilities must also be included in this. The score here indicates whether the home workplace is more or less suitable for (long-term) working from home.

And when you come to the office, what facilities are needed? What will happen to the occupancy rate (flex ratio), the number of workplaces and the size of your office? By understanding this, it can be determined which adjustments in the office environments have to be made.

Homeoffice factor from the Netherlands

Below you will find an example of the outcome of the Homeofficefactor.com tool. The real results of users of the tool will be shared in 2 weeks and a real-time intermediate result will be shown immediately after filling in. You will then find the result of the average of everyone who participated. The top 3 reasons for going to the office are also shared with you. As soon as sufficient information is available, we will make a cross sections with regard to type of departments, activities or for example, age. We will keep you informed about this.

  • Percentage: height indicates the possibility to work from home.
  • Motivation for working from home: indicates why colleagues like to work from home.
  • Office motivation: Indicates why colleagues come to the office.
  • Simultaneity factor: Indicates at which times during the week the peak of occupancy is visible.

Homeoffice factor of your organisation

In addition to these general results, it is interesting to see how your own organization scores. Are your assumptions correct about the future behavior of your employees? Is that in line with the average? Or are there differences between your company or for specific teams? If you would like a Homeofficefactor.com specifically from your own organization, please contact us. The tool will be tailor-made for you, you will have access to all collected data and, if desired, an analysis from a workplace point of view. There will be costs associated with this version.

  • Adaptability: indicates whether colleagues are willing or not to work from home on other days or to be free.
  • Company culture: indicates the extent to which working from home is accepted.
  • Home situation: indicates how satisfied people are with the home workplace.
  • Facilities at home indicates: to what extent the facilities for working (long-term or regularly) at home are suitable.

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