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CASE STUDY DREI / HUTCHISON

From 1500 to 900 workstations - and Gustav as a tool that made the transition to flexible working enormously easier. Matthias Krumpel, Team Leader Facility Management at telecom provider Drei has experienced how the modern toolbox inspires employees and contributes significantly to making life in the office easier.

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Andreas Gnesda for Gustav Concept

Working when and where you want: What sounds like a dream for employees brings new challenges for employers in terms of corporate culture and office design. Andreas Gnesda is the managing director of teamgnesda and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. He knows how companies can design meaningful work environments - and thus ensure satisfied and successful employees.

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Home Office: An Overview of All the Important Facts
Before the Corona Pandemic of 2020, only four out of ten companies allowed home office work. In the meantime, every second professional works entirely or partly from home - which equates to an increase of more than ten percent on an annual average. In this article, we will answer the most important questions about home office arrangements and giver some useful tips.
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Person carrying Gustav Office Toolbox

The advantages of Activity Based Working are well documented: staff feel more trusted and therefore more motivated; the amount of space required is reduced which can allow for real estate savings or ‘spaceless growth’, and quality of work improves as employees can collaborate or remove distractions more effectively.

Switching to a new way of working is never easy, and the importance of a well thought through change management process cannot be underestimated.

In our latest blog post, we share best practice of what a change management process looks like and how Gustav can help as a tool.

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