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Activity-based working at Leiden Law School

3 April 2024

Dear colleague,

I would like to invite you to take part in this survey on activity-based working (ABW) at Leiden Law School. By completing the survey, you can have a say in the process to introduce this change.

Activity-based working means that the work setting is designed and furnished according to the activities taking place there. The aim is to create flexible, versatile spaces that support various ways of working and collaborating. For instance, various types of workspaces such as quiet rooms, meeting rooms, rooms for brainstorming sessions and open workstations. Staff can use these workspaces depending on their needs and the nature of their work. This means that work does not have to be carried out in only one room or space each day.

Completing the survey takes only six minutes and we greatly appreciate your honest answers. All responses are anonymous and will be kept strictly confidential. 

Thank you in advance for participating.

Kind regards,
Alexander van Drooge, Facility manager Leiden Law School and Fleur van Duijn
Graduate student Facility Management, The Hague University of Applied Sciences

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