P&G is reimagining its workplace experience. The company announced that it will be moving away from individual workstations and towards more collaborative spaces and flexible office plans.
According to the company, the goal is to increase the percentage of space it allocates to collaborative spaces from 50% to 70%.
Ervin Perviz, global global architect at P&G, said to Bizjournals that:
“The workplace is no longer just about your workstation and your desk in your office. During the pandemic, and coming out of it, we saw even more need for this approach, more emphasis on collaboration areas.”
P&G’s office space is broken down into three categories: 1) individual workspaces, 2) open collaboration areas (breakout spaces), and 3) closed collaboration areas (meeting and huddle rooms).