How can we revive the office environment?

Many organizations find the declining popularity of the office concerning, which has led to low office occupancy rates.

In our conversations with clients, we have encountered similar struggles.

Should we be alarmed, and how can we address these issues?

Our own research (the Remote Work Factor) reveals that, on average, 46% of people prefer working in the office. Recent occupancy rate measurements indicate an even lower reality, with averages ranging from 30% to 40%. It’s worth noting that these figures represent typical periods without accounting for vacation periods or lockdowns.

We must accept this as the new normal.

In this whitepaper, we elucidate the repercussions of low occupancy and offer solutions based on our research and experiences. Our aim is to create an office environment that caters to both individual and organizational needs.

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