A business may shy away from the traditional cubicles made of metal panels and fabric-covered tiles. While traditional cubicles have their purpose in most offices, other offices need to be able to project an upscale look and feel. This is where glass office cubicles can fit that business’ needs.
The business that needs to project an upscale feel may still worry about a budget that won’t allow for individual offices for its employees. Perhaps clients come in. Or the business has a high public profile, with its name and images of its office space featured in news and magazine articles.
For whatever reason, traditional workplace cubicles won’t project the image the company is seeking. Here, freestanding glass office cubicles can help the business create individual offices within budget, yet giving the company an upscale feel.
Privacy and Connection
Glass office cubicles can enable the business to create desired privacy for a conference room, or for offices for the H.R. department. IT and creative workers are known for needing and wanting spaces where they can have quiet as they work.
At the same time, glass offices allow workers to have an eye-to-eye connection with workers in other areas. It can be difficult for employees to be closed away in a traditional walled office with a wooden door as they complete their day’s planned tasks. Managers also appreciate the visibility that a glass office gives. As they monitor what their employees are doing, they don’t have to walk from office to office to poke their heads in as they verify what everyone is working on – or not working on.
Save Precious Office Space
Large office suites, with an office for every employee, are not possible for most companies. Yet some employees must have the same benefits of such an office. What is a business to do?
They can strike a compromise by buying, building or renting a large suite that allows them to provide space for everyone, then buy and install glass office cubicles. Not every employee needs a large office space. Some employees need to be physically close to each other so they can work together on projects and assignments. Junior managers may appreciate having an enclosed office so they can meet with employees, senior management and clients. A cubicle manufacturing company, such as Cubiture, can lend their expertise to these businesses as they decide how to divide the available space between all employees.
Glass Cubicles With Versatility
The glass office cubicles that a business buys don’t have to stay permanently in one configuration. The needs of an office grow and contract all the time. This means that, when the economy is strong and business is good, the business hires more workers. When business isn’t as good, it lets workers go.
Rather than leaving office spaces vacant, the business will be able to disconnect unneeded cubicles and store them away until they are needed again. The cubicles can also be rearranged to meet the new needs of the business.