Like almost every industry, the legal profession has encountered numerous difficulties during the global pandemic brought about by COVID-19. Some of these challenges include transitioning to remote work, converting to remote litigation, and facing higher competition for talent.
Looking at future office trends, key elements that will drive any change are technology advances and innovations shaping the available tools we have to complete tasks, as well as changes in demographics and population. One of the battlelines will be the growing need to accommodate an increasingly older workforce with an ever advancing technology. Quite simply – how do we marry the two? Can we make technology and its application in an office environment less scary and adapt to the need of the workforce, or will the workforce adapt and evolve its user behaviour in the office around the technology needs?
In this whitepaper we look at key elements which shape the office – or better workspace – of tomorrow. Each element is important in its own right but will form part of a bigger picture. The elements covered off on are:
- Blended lifestyles
- Generational attitudes, habits & practices
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The concept of flexible working is here to stay. As a result of COVID-19, every organisation has been thrust into a position where they will