It’s never been so important for businesses to understand and engage with the ideas that are shaping a new style of workplace.
The lines between work-time and me-time are becoming less clearly defined as companies realise that to attract the best talent you need to provide a stimulating and creative environment.
A sense of community is important, connectivity is a priority, and the coffee shop is now as likely to be in the office as on the high street.
From co-working space and coffee in reception right up to ‘Roost’, the effortlessly-stylish 14th floor private occupier club room (more about that later!), Thames Tower provides the most exceptional working environment available in the Thames Valley today.
Designed with flexibility in mind, a typical 14,000 sq ft (1,300 sq m) floor can be sub-divided, allowing for companies to flex and grow as and where needed.
The millennials are here and soon they are going to be running the show.
In order to harness the best of this talent pool, companies are looking very closely at the type of workspace they provide.