It's widely recognized as one of the biggest challenges companies grapple with today: How to get their people back to the office without making it compulsory—and having them want to go back.
But it requires new ways of thinking, not back-leaning on old ways of working that have been irrevocably upended. It requires reimagining the office in ways we haven't thought of before.
This guide walks you through how Thomson Reuters and Newmont are creating office spaces designed to attract employees back and support collaboration—and in the process making the office a magnet, not a mandate.
The guide is based on the experiences of Omar Roomi, Employee Experience Lead CIO, Employee Experience Strategy at Thomson Reuters; Kathryn Gendall, Director of Collaboration Systems at Newmont Corporation, Keith Jump, Founder and Director of Connect XP; and Alyx Shore, GM, SmartSpace.