Workplace Guidance in Scotland Changes Today

The guidance on working arrangements in Scotland has changed today, with the Scottish Government encouraging the implementation of hybrid working arrangements, rather than people being told to work from home if they can.

Whilst flexible workspace operators have remained open to ensure people who needed to access offices and other services could do so, the change in the guidance is set to herald a greater return to workspaces.

Hybrid working, where people work some of the time in office space, but also from home or another location, is ideally suited for flexible workspace.

Whether that involves using a private serviced office or coworking space, flexible workspace takes the hassle out of managing your own workspace, with utilities, WiFi, furniture and many other aspects of running an office taken care of.  You can read about the different types of flexible workspace and services here.

There are Flexible Space Association members providing flexible workspace, meeting rooms and virtual office services across Scotland, including in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Stirling.  All sign up to the FlexSA Code of Conduct, giving added assurance on the high standard of services offered.

You can find flexible workspace services in Scotland using our workspace search facility.

The pictures show the exterior of Capital Business Centre in Edinburgh, a meeting room in Aberdeen Business Centre, and office space at Nexus in Glasgow, and 

31 January 2022

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