How to Give Employees Ownership of Their Workspace As They Return to the Office
Try these tactics to help people feel more comfortable and collaborative in your office space.
Sloppy desks and appearances might simply reflect your employees' "authentic selves," but most employers still expect to see a certain degree of order and professionalism in both work areas and employee appearance. That's probably never been more true than now, with social distancing requirements and other restrictions designed to help keep employees and the public safe.
This urge to follow a more staid, formal and impersonal aesthetic might even be heightened by an open-office arrangement.
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