Hybrid Work Series: Planning and Designing for the Flexible, Unassigned Workplace

In Spring of 2020, the shutdown of offices around the globe upended employees and created a remote work tidal wave. Since that time, companies of nearly every size have been rethinking their in-person versus work-from-home framework, brainstorming ways to bring employees back safely while fostering productivity both on and off site. One of these strategies entails a flexible, free address workspace model within the hybrid workplace ecosystem.

For the first in its Hybrid Work Discussion Series, where Knoll convenes workplace leaders across North America for peer-to-peer discussion around the changing workplace and the impacts of Covid-19, Knoll invited leaders with experience in flexible and free address work environments. To kick off the series that seeks to identify how work-from-home and greater business uncertainty are influencing work and the workplace, three corporate executives shared their experience in designing and implementing unassigned workspaces. What follows is a snapshot of their
advice and best practices shared at a virtual roundtable of their peers.

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