One of the biggest perks to choosing modular offices over traditionally-constructed offices is that their modular components make them far easier to redesign. But how do you know when it’s time to redesign your office? While there are many factors that play into the final decision, some of the most common issues include:
- An expanding workforce
- Recent high turnover rates
- Rebranding your business
Expanding Workforce or Other Space Issues
The most obvious sign that your office is in need of a serious redesign is a space issue. When a business hires on more employees, it’s still important that everyone have the right amount of space to work effectively. Some ways to accomplish could include removing walls or building out from the existing structure, but there are other options at your disposal if you hire a competent design team.
Recent High Turnover
Unsatisfied employees can seriously damage your business’s productivity, especially when they leave in large numbers. While there’s no quick fix for this kind of problem, there are some issues that can be solved with basic redesign plans for modular offices. The quality of a workplace can redefine the average employee’s experience. It’s up to you to decide if your modular office will have a positive or negative impact on your employees.
There are many redesign options at your disposal. If you suspect that your younger workforce feels stifled, a more modern layout may appeal to their work habits. Or perhaps the noise of a surrounding factory is causing your employees unnecessary stress; consider updating your modular office with sound-reducing wall systems. Then again, it redesigning your modular office may only be a matter of its atmosphere. Adding plants or windows can seriously improve employees’ health and mood.
Rebranding Your Business
Rebranding often means reorganizing your resources. Giving your office a face lift along with your brand can highlight your new priorities across the employee infrastructure. Porta-King will redesign your modular office regardless of whether or not you need new materials.