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What does the future of work look like for Australia and globally?



It’s no surprise the office dynamic for most organisations has changed as a result of COVID and the shift to hybrid working. We know that a physical space that brings people together is a critical pillar for a thriving workplace, but how do we best utilise it and bring the buzz back to the office environment? Presynct is having the conversation.


Interested in what is being said and the issues that get people talking when it comes to the current workplace landscape and the future of work? Presynct share our insights below.

Why undertake a workplace utilisation study

Understanding how you currently occupy your physical workspace is essential to any workplace strategy. A workplace utilisation study is used as one data point in workplace strategy to determine how often different settings are used. Together with design engagement activities, this data is used to determine the following: Ideal occupancy model: how the organisation will…


Successfully implementing a workplace change

Successful organisations are adapting to a workplace model that is flexible and responsive to fluctuations in headcount, project teams and the external changing landscape without having to make drastic changes to the physical office or outlay significant costs. Other drivers for workplace change include improving employee wellbeing, breaking down silos and facilitating better collaboration. Whatever…


How Presynct is Cracking the Code this International Women’s Day

At Presynct, we are lucky to work with so many incredible women and advocates for a future where we embrace equity. But further to this we have the privilege to innovate and create meaningful change through our workplace offerings. We asked our Director Lisa Copland and Senior Workplace Consultant Maria Penny to provide their perspective…

why use a workplace strategist

Why use a workplace strategist?

Transitioning to a new way of working involves understanding the occupancy model you will be adopting and identifying the physical, virtual and behavioural changes required to support that model. This is where a workplace strategist comes in.


What are the benefits of a workplace strategy?

Each organisation is unique and has their own reasons for change. A well-executed workplace strategy addresses the physical workplace, behaviour and technology and outlines the best solution to improve organisational culture, cost efficiency and innovation.


What is a workplace strategy?

The key to any successful workplace transition is a data-driven strategy. How can you know or get to where you want to be if you do not understand how you are currently operating and what changes are required? At Presynct, the workplace strategy considers six pillars: ideal occupancy model, accommodation planning, concept design, required technology,…


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