Today’s workplace is an inclusive space where people can be proud of who they are.  We are all different and like to work in completely different ways.

At least 10% of us are neuro-diverse.

To create a successful work experience for employees with neurodevelopmental differences, it is necessary for all parties to explore a deeper level of flexibility.

Flexibility comes in all shapes and sizes and it is important and really simple for a company to easily cater for these needs. By providing flexible and agile work environments, it gives employees the freedom to choose when and how they want to work.

For a day where they need intense privacy, they can select our Hive and settle in a quiet, undisturbed area. They can sit in intense comfort, knowing that they are safe and able to carry out the task at hand.  These private, quiet zones are also ideal for people who are overly sensitive to noise or who have times of the day where they feel overstimulated. It provides an area to disappear for an hour or two.

These private areas are also great for people with ADHD, where they can create focus zones with as little distraction as possible when they need time out to concentrate and focus. For employees to feel safe they need to have a variety of spaces to choose from and it is really the chair that makes a space so versatile and easy to change.