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Switching to the hybrid work model

As architects, interior designers, and business owners it is important to understand how the modern business is evolving. The pandemic has caused major shifts in the needs of the business building. Flexibility and adaptability are more important than ever as employees take on hybrid or remote roles.

A growing business will benefit from fitting casework and storage to keep important documents stored and easy to find.

Need for flexible ownership

One of the major changes associated with the hybrid workplace is that employees no longer need dedicated desks. Single use desks are being swapped with modular furniture with that can be rearranged for a more flexible workspace or larger collaborative tables with built-in power. Without a dedicated desk employees will need somewhere to put their belongings. Day use lockers are the perfect solution for providing a temporary secure storage space. An employee can check out any open locker with a four-digit code. After the employee retrieves their belongings with the code, the lock resets automatically, leaving it free for others to use.

Handling the era of package delivery

The emergence of online retail, ride share, and food delivery technologies are also having a great effect on the workplace. More and more goods and services are being delivered directly to the office. This puts a lot of pressure on your reception to handle all the packages. Smart parcel lockers solve this problem by having the delivery service and the recipient interact directly with a user-friendly interface instead of an actual person. After the courier places the package into a locker the recipient receives an email or text notification. It includes a secure code that the user types into the interface to receive the packages.

Lockers in an office or working area will keep workers personal belonging safe and out of the way.


Reducing the footprint of the office

The hybrid workplace will result in less people being in the office at one time. There are opportunities for significant savings by taking advantage of this by reducing the size of the office. The smaller footprint results in considerably reduced energy consumption. Applications such as high-density shelving can reduce your storage space by up to 50% compared to traditional shelving.