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The phrase Destination Office describes our definition of the new role the office must play in light of the shifting sands of how, when and where we work. If the office is no longer the every-day destination for work – it must instead become a place sought out for the experiences that can’t be had remotely – namely those rich in face to face contact, collaboration and socialisation.
When embraced fully, the Destination Office will become the beacon of an organisation – a hub for sociability, culture, belonging, skills development and ideas generation. As such, it will contain a rich variety of settings to reflect the more task-based and transient needs of the hybrid worker.
Take a look around our definition of the future of the Workplace - The Destination Office
Our Destination Office consists of 8 key workplace settings:
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes the workplace is being reborn and metamorphosing into a brighter, bolder, more engaging, dynamic and experiential version of its former self.
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