“Results-Oriented Work Environment” Reinvents Traditional Workplace
Tracy Carbasho, December 14, 2016 Download PDF
The technology-driven ability to work virtually from anywhere at any time is changing the way workspace is designed and utilized. The growing practice of allowing employees to work from remote locations means as much as 50 percent of total office workspace could be unoccupied at any given time, resulting in wasted money in leasing and operating costs. Companies are responding with a concept called a Results-Oriented Work Environment (ROWE), which helps ensure that their facility best meets the needs of employees from different departments who are working toward the same overall company goals.
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