WORKSPACE REVIEW 2020
Our aim is to investigate the best ways in which to improve our working lives, in order to promote better mental and physical health. We think that now is an especially important time to make these considerations, as we begin to prepare for normal life to resume once the outbreak is over.
Why not try to improve our workplace environments, instead of simply picking up where we left off?
This short survey should only take around 5 to 10 minutes of your time.
The questions are a combination of multiple choice and written answers, all about your usual working environments both before and during the outbreak of Coronavirus.
This survey is part of an ongoing study into how the enforced changes to our daily routines can have a positive impact on the future of the workspace. All feedback will be used solely by Layrd Design to better understand the effects of the working environment on our wellbeing, and how we can implement change for the better.
WHY NOT TRY TO IMPROVE OUR
INSTEAD OF SIMPLY PICKING UP WHERE WE LEFT OFF?
To understand the everyday needs of office based employees and if these are currently being met.
To discover the benefits and drawbacks of working remotely and if there is a middle ground that could be implemented across larger scale companies.
To demonstrate that having a more flexible and agile workforce can have huge benefits for both employees and employers.
To show that by exploring the possibilities of remote working, there is the potential to reduce office size and overheads.
To investigate how businesses can adopt a new approach to office design, and therefore create a happier working environment.
We want this study to show the benefits of flexible working, in the hope that more businesses will adopt this approach in the future to generate a happier work-life balance for employees.
We believe agile working is the most effective method for increased workforce productivity. We will use this study to identify areas where you can
implement these changes and
demonstrate the benefits.
We will explore how enforced remote working has affected people during this crisis and how this could potentially shape the future working dynamic across various industries.