On February 2nd, PeopleSpace, a prominent provider of workspace strategy, office furniture solutions, and custom products, launched a return-to-office campaign called “Let's Talk People, Let's Talk Space 2022.” The campaign is aimed at guiding companies and employees who have become pandemic-weary, back to the work place.
PeopleSpace responded to West Coast employers by developing a customized workplace setting that addresses the increasing demand for workplace wellness and flexibility. PeopleSpace has been working with clients across industries like gaming, entertainment, law, real estate, and healthcare to revisit workplace environments and reimagine them for the post-pandemic return to the office.
PeopleSpace has also appointed new leaders. Gynjer Peck is the new chief design and experience officer. She formerly worked as a design director for the organization.
"The office in 2022 and beyond needs to have a purpose and meaning. Employees are asking for work-life balance and a feeling of belonging, so they feel comfortable and motivated to return."
- Gynjer Peck
Further, Pamela Escobedo has been promoted to the position of chief logistics officer. Her new position will see her overseeing installation services, project coordination, and quality assurance. Michael Fisher will assume the position of workplace strategist.
"Now more than ever, it's important to be intentional about emphasizing company culture and values within the workspace. We're guiding our clients down this exciting path and collaborating together to create workplace ecosystems that support employee productivity and well-being."
- Brian Airth, PeopleSpace's co-founder and chief business development office.