Relocating to a new office is an exciting time for a business and its staff. A change of scenery is invigorating and inspiring. However, if you are the one running a relocation project, it can be overwhelming.
Our team of experts at Rapport’ have developed a concise, office relocation checklist to help you with the first stages of the project, to the day of completion and occupation. Leaving you free to focus on your business.
Our checklist will help you to;
A successful fit-out is one that minimises business disruption; balances the business’ current and future needs; revitalises the business by adopting improved working practices and creates a workplace environment at an affordable price.
Rapport Solutions provide an independent assessment while working with clients to objectively evaluate and consider each option, based on their project requirements of design, budget and programme.
We’ve developed the following guide to showcase and educate your business on the different methods available, and what method is best suited to your needs at the early stages of an office fit-out and refurbishment programme. We hope you find this useful.
Whether you’re relocating or redesigning your current workspace, it’s important to understand how interaction across departments, technological advancements and staff working profiles can today play a key part in determining space use and property type.
To help you calculate and estimate your office space requirements, we’ve created a handy office space calculator.
*To determine precise requirements, a workspace analysis can be carried out by Rapport. Simply contact us on 01252 712590 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and availability.
According to a new report by office furniture manufacturer Steelcase, office workers in the UK do not value their company culture as much as workers in other countries.
It’s a valid observation when you consider the growth of remote working and rising numbers of people working independently with a variety of companies on a freelance or consultant basis.
So how can companies engage with and get the best out of their full-time staff and freelancers? Being a valued member of staff and implementing wellbeing initiatives appears to be the answer. Although workplace wellbeing is subjective to the type of organisation, its current culture and what’s already in place, people do feel more engaged and loyal when they are valued.