When Harvard Business Review recently surveyed knowledge workers about their work preferences, 59% of workers stated that flexibility was more important than salary or other benefits, and 61% said they would prefer if management allowed employees to do hybrid work.
A workspace dedicated to this type of flexibility needs to function in an accommodating manner, too, with spaces that can be assigned to different users. But if employees don’t have their own desks, where do they store their valuables? Do they have to lug them back and forth on their commute? What if they want to step out for lunch?
Modern employee lockers are the answer. Team members can safely store their belongings during the workday or even overnight. Corporate locks with advanced management features offer managers flexibility, too, with the ability to set lockers for private or public mode, to assign lockers for certain amounts of time, and to track who used what locker when.