1. Play musical chairs.
It’s time to eliminate some chairs from your meeting rooms, conference rooms, waiting rooms, the boardroom, the break room, the list goes on. It sounds harsh, but when you take away the option to gather in the traditional ways that employees are used to, it will help break old habits and reinforce everyone’s efforts to distance.
Emily Laurie, Marketing Director for Hogan Land Title Company, says they have removed all the seating options from their lobby. Drastic? Yes. Effective? Absolutely.
You can also help foster an environment of six-foot-safety by reworking your current layout. This can be difficult to visualize when you’ve always had your furniture a certain way. The mockups above created by Grooms Office Environments Sales Manager Victoria Gorham demonstrate that re-arranging your space can be simple, free and effective.