As the world adopts new ways of working in response to the new normal of social distancing, it leads us to rethink how we design and use our office space.
LWK + PARTNERS Director Kelvin Hui recently spoke to South China Morning Post and commented to the changes in workplace after a year of working within the constraints of the COVID-19.
Giving a refreshing change to the office environment that adapts to the new normal can possibly motivate innovation, interaction and a better sense of belonging. However, “There’s a bit of a split between companies just managing to stay afloat under the current economic conditions in Hong Kong, and those with a stronger financial base or whose business is delivering well,” said Kelvin.
“For companies that have the capacity to renovate, refreshing the workspace can be a morale booster for employees. It offers motivation, a sense of hope and impacts positively on client perception.”