Can your office space help your company be more inclusive?
Faces of Millwork | News • October 19th, 2020
Tags: Design, Entrepreneurship, People, Tech
When Flywheel first announced that we would be moving to the historic Ashton building, a 1900s millwork shop turned office and retail space in north downtown Omaha, we asked our employees to offer their input on what they wanted to see when it opened in 2020. Truthfully, we were expecting responses like “We want a dog park” or “We need a coffee shop nearby,” but instead our employees immediately asked bigger, more important questions like “Can we find ways for people with different work styles to work together?” and “How can we be good citizens to our new neighborhood?” We knew then that we wanted a space that felt great to every single team member, but we didn’t know how to make that happen.