Original article from MatchOffice.com
Just as office companies globally implemented their new hybrid workflows, they bumpo into another crisis that once again forces them to reassess their current and future space needs.
Large companies are currently considering reducing their office space and areas that will enable them to match the changing needs of the market and their employees to a greater extent.
In the wake of the corona crisis, thousands of companies prioritized offering their employees opportunities to work wholly or partly from home or coworking environments at convenient locations.
But as companies’ hybrid and digital workflows unfold, the need for physical space might decrease because, in the long run, less office space will mean saved rent and operating costs.
Attractive to downsize
“Last autumn, several larger American tech companies downsized their office area as a concession to having fewer employees on-site,” MatchOffice CEO Jakob Dalhoff says.
“At the same time, we see minor firms prioritize to replace their office space in favour of a smaller, more open-concept, perhaps activity-based workspace which serves social and collaborative purposes for their employees.
Also, the many new hybrid ways of working attribute to a broader global approach to serviced office environments and solutions,” Jakob Dalhoff adds.
MatchOffice News has chosen a selection of smaller vacant office leases at large-scale city locations, most attractive and suitable for companies considering downsizing – currently presented at MatchOffice.com.