The changing work and living spaces of millennials, Gen Z
Today’s employees look at their workspaces as an extension of their beliefs, not as a place to just finish work
The new generation is moving from value (cost of something) to values they stand for, say, sustainability and creativity.
Couches. Rotating desk assignments. Standing desks. Treadmill desks. Cubicles. There are several workspace options today. Companies, particularly startups, have become conscious of what kind of a workspace will help attract, engage and retain its employees. Their consciousness is understandable since today’s employee is not looking at their office as a place where they go to finish work, but as an extension of their beliefs and values.