All businesses aim to expand – both on a revenue basis and on the basis of allowing more people into the firm stronghold. More people on deck means greater efficiency – especially if workloads are increasing and if it is looking increasingly hard to keep up with demand. One of the things you may not have considered during a proposed expansion of a workforce is an office refurbishment – whereby you can effectively plan for and welcome in multiple new employees with little effort – allowing them to comfortably set up and be your brand on your behalf. To be able to inspire your workforce, you’ll need a workspace and a mission statement that works – and you can hardly go wrong with a few new touches here and there to your physical set-up.
This may not mean changing absolutely everything, but what it may mean is bringing your firm and office into the modern age. There are offices and businesses throughout the UK who are now operating on a curious open-plan basis – meaning that walls and divisions are a thing of the past – and that there have been movements to encourage flexible, collaborative workforces who actively help one another to achieve results.
For an expanding workforce, office refurbishment is just one good idea – it’s an idea which will likely appeal to younger firms looking to make their mark against rival competitors – but it is also an option older firms should look into if they are aiming to welcome in new faces and to really revitalise their company and brand. Refurbishing doesn’t always mean changing location or throwing all of the old material away – but what it may mean is rethinking your existing strategy in terms of office practicality and, of course, visual design!
Therefore, GXI are always happy to work with new and older firms alike in an effort to find that perfect look and space for new employees to join and grow to become part of your brand. Office refurbishment can be your ticket to mass expansion – a few licks of paint and changes to the efficiency of your physical storage may be all you need to make the difference – and when it comes to welcoming in new staff, you’re going to need to make sure you have the space to safely house them – so that they can be happy, productive and always willing to work for you.