The average American worker spends 88 waking hours at home or the office each week, and another 16 socializing and on outside entertainment. It's no wonder then, that employees are seeking similar spaces in and out of the workspace to get more work done.
Besides home and the office, employees need a third place to get their work done. - Jeff Pochepan, President - Strong Project Inc.
For workers not tied to an office, they seek out places with free wi-fi and to engage with others to be inspired and collaborate. It's no wonder then, that companies are now adding a "third place" to the office workspace. Inc. Magazine recently wrote an article on this topic and offers a compelling reason end-users might want to incorporate such areas into their space planning. To read Jeff Pochepan's article in Inc. Magazine click here.