Before the global pandemic, the conventional wisdom had been that offices were critical to productivity, company culture and innovation. With many nations cautiously working toward relaxing Covid-19 lockdowns, many of us are beginning to envisage a time when we can stop working at our dining room tables or on the bedroom floor and make a safe return to the office.
Whilst many organisations are able to take advantage of remote working, for many UK businesses this is neither a sustainable nor achievable way to work. People will have to go back to work. You may have seen the recent advice from the Prime Minister as well as the efforts and expense being made to get people back to work and to overcome FOGO (fear of going out).
The government does not have a money printing press to keep paying people to be at home but, that does not mean people will feel great sharing their “Air” with masses of people in an open plan office.
Some people will want and will benefit from their own personal office space but for others, it may factor into loneliness and demotivation. A much better solution could be an office that allows people to work in “Bubbles” and that is precisely what we have to offer at Saracens House Business Centre and Manor House in Ipswich.
You may have recently heard about the term ‘support bubble’ and the idea that you can form a group with those of whom you have close physical contact. As a business centre, we are able to offer the same solution to combat loneliness caused by lockdown restrictions but at the same time, promote safe collaboration in the workplace.
Our personal and private office space can be thought of and used as workplace bubbles. Ease into and adapt to the new normal by forming a bubble with your work colleagues at our business centre. Terms are flexible and can include Broadband, Dedicated Landline, Printing and Copying, Post Management, Holiday Cover, Clerical / Secretarial Services and of course Fresh Tea & Coffee.