Fewer people will be in the office at a time. At the same time, the work schedule can be extended, for example: if earlier employees had to visit the office every working day from 9 to 18, now they can do this on different days, and the possible time of the employee's presence extends to the opening hours of the office itself. This approach increases productivity while reducing operating costs.
In turn, leaders remain in control — they can gather people at the time and place that suits them. Flexible system settings will help you track such workflows and easily scale them. For example, with hybrid schedule, Ivan must contact Michael, George and Anna and decide when they will come to the office. Already in the office itself, they need to find suitable vacant places. It is not necessary to do this with our system, Ivan will immediately see at what time and where he can sit with his team for work, without interfering with any of his colleagues.
On the administrative side, now the office can be reorganized, for example, to reduce the number of workplaces, but to increase the working space for each individual employee. You can also hire more employees without changing the office space. When fully loaded, you can increase your staff by an average of 30%.