As we speak, we have 4 generations working together, so you can only imagine the difficulty of designing a space that appeals to all.
But with millennials taking over the show, it only makes sense that office and workplaces steer in the present with up to date designs and facilities.
Being flexible in the working environment seems a little late to the table, when realistically wouldn’t we all love it?
However, the time is here and the time is now for flexible working to heighten productivity. Flexible working can be shown in many ways such as co-working spaces, flexi hours and providing communal workspaces to encourage free thinking and creativity.
Make it possible to work anytime, anywhere and you’ll have a satisfied office.
Our wellbeing, both physical and mental health has been a topic which has increased in conversation and has brought awareness to us as individuals as well as to the workplace.
Looking out for one another creates a strong team bond and knowing when to help and support others is not only kind, but can be life changing.
Mental and physical health among millennials is popular and in general are interested in a healthy lifestyle and workplace settings.
As technology develops and millennials pick up on new phones, apps and trends, it’s possible some generations will get left behind. However, with a high percentage of the workplace being millennials, the consensus is that tech should be upgraded to provide them with all the quirks they need.
Millennials aren’t afraid to try new things and taking on new systems won’t phase them. Provide new email and live chat options to appeal to their techy side.
When break time comes, you want to be able to unwind and catch up with friends and what better way to enjoy the time away from the office than in a large space with sofas, seats and comfortable surrounds.
Invest in an inviting break area and encourage others to interact, meet new people and most importantly have fun!