The aim is to implement a hybrid workplace strategically, taking advantage of modern HR technologies that engender connection, collaboration, and employee engagement. Designing a theme-based workspace with the help of furniture types, wallpaper, textured fabric, and colors to make employees enjoy more autonomy and better work-life balance and be more engaged as a result. Employers benefit by building a more productive, healthy, stable workforce.
During the pandemic, when people were working from home and most of the time alone they got disconnected from their office colleagues and felt more mental pressure whereas, some were happy working at home with the comfort of their favorite furniture. Therefore, a Hybrid workplace helps people interact more with the same fellow and feel the transparency. As working professionals start trickling back to their offices, it is imperative to employ the right office design concepts to get them back in the groove. A thriving workplace needs functionality, usability, and infrastructure. But it’s also important to focus on intangible aspects that bring life to the space. The workplace design should be visually cohesive, and inviting, and have a unique character. This helps employees enjoy working since they are in the office for most of the hours. The ongoing health crisis impacted businesses worldwide, drastically reducing production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services, leading to an economic downturn. An increasing unemployment rate has led to a surge in the sense of job insecurity among employees. Lack of job security has a direct impact on an employee’s health and work–life balance. Hence, re-imagining a workspace would bring a change in society.