It’s safe to say that hybrid work is here to stay, and that it now defines a truly modern technology company. Accenture reveals that the “productivity everywhere” model is used by 63% of high-growth tech businesses. Businesses that don't invest in a well-designed hybrid work environment risk slipping behind their competition.
Despite the thousands of layoffs at Amazon, Google, and Meta, IT jobs will still be in high demand in 2023. 8 of the top 10 “best jobs” in the U.S. this year are technology roles.
It makes sense. A company is only as good as its employees, so finding new talent is at the very foundation of growth. However, many big tech companies find themselves in the situation of needing new employees but running out of office space. How can they meet new space demands without having to shell out a fortune to rent (or buy!) additional real estate?
Hybrid work, combined with efficient space management, shines through as one of the most cost-efficient options available.
The tech industry’s contribution to the carbon footprint cannot be ignored. Studies predict that the technology sector will account for 14% of global carbon emissions by 2040 if current trends continue. This means that to thrive and make a difference in the world of tomorrow, companies must integrate sustainability into their operations.
One of the most accessible ways for tech companies to adopt a greener, more sustainable approach is using workplace technology that helps to track and monitor their CO2 emissions. This way, organizations can stay compliant with sustainable business standards and understand the areas for improvement.
As companies adopt more applications and software, managing these technologies may become complicated. Your workplace’s IT infrastructure is an intricate cobweb of multiple tools – and it’s only reasonable to make sure that newly adopted solutions can seamlessly blend into the existing network.
Moreover, poorly integrated tech has an immense impact on employee experience and productivity. Toggling between different work apps only takes seconds, but what many don’t realize is that it adds up to… 10 weeks of drained productive time per year! To prevent this, organizations can opt for interoperable workplace solutions.
“Whether it’s about booking desks or creating hybrid work schedules - we now have efficient processes supported by reliable technology. We noticed an improvement in workplace productivity, as everyone can now easily reserve workspaces and plan their workweek. That, basically, was the key business need that YAROOMS successfully covered”, - says Manuele Ascia, Project Manager, Digital Corporate, Saipem.