Offices to become co-creation and collaboration sites

Since October last year, Heineken’s senior leadership has been discussing the future of its offices in the country more decisively. Internal surveys, which measured Brazilian employees’ desire to return to work in-person, showed that “nobody wanted to work remotely for good, but also they didn’t want to work in-person every day”. In search of a middle ground, the company is “redesigning” administrative spaces in São Paulo to set up “accommodation hubs”.

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