Dell Technologies Launches its First New Ways of Working Hybrid Office Space in Taipei
Originally Published: June 21, 2022
Walking into the office of Dell Technologies in downtown Taipei, it is hard to imagine that this is a computer company that has been in Taiwan for 35 years. You do not see tight cubicles filled with employees, instead, it is a flexible open space that can be transformed to each team member’s needs, complete with individual workstations, team meeting areas, sofas, and phone booths.
Dell Technologies’ Taiwan Design Center is the first office globally to adopt the “New Ways of Working,” Dell’s hybrid work model, where we empower the future of work by creating a work-from-anywhere experience for all team members. The new definition of work is not a matter of place or time, but an assessment of outcomes.
The new office is spacious and bright, the gray and white base of the office is matched with yellow, green and blue, giving people a calm and lively feeling. If you look closely, you can also find that almost all the tables, chairs, and whiteboards here are equipped with wheels, allowing employees to move on their own to create a suitable office space.
With the announcement of the launch of a variety of new hardware and software products and the renovation of its Taiwan office. Dell Technologies is prepared for the new opportunities of the post-pandemic physical and remote hybrid work mode.
Terrence L., general manager of Taiwan's Dell Technologies, pointed out, "we are results-oriented. As long as we can complete the task, we can complete it anywhere, and most employees will work in a physical and remote mixed work mode."
Simon Y., Co-Managing Director of Dell's Taiwan R&D Center, said that Dell has implemented hybrid office for a long time. First, the flexibility of work is conducive to recruiting talents, and secondly, it can expand the scope of recruiting from Taipei to all over Taiwan.”
Dell has not only launched solutions to the market to seize business opportunities in hybrid offices, but internally, Dell has implemented hybrid working for more than a decade, and recently redecorated offices to improve the quality of office and remote collaboration.
Dell has 2,000 employees in Taiwan, 90% of which have the ability to work fully remotely. In addition to purchasing and marketing, it is Dell's third largest R&D center in the world, second only to the United States and India. Due to business expansion, the Taiwan R&D Center is expected to recruit another 200 people.
Dell Technologies has been working in Taiwan for 35 years and the Taiwan R&D Center has been established for 20 years. In the future, Dell Technologies will continue to cultivate Taiwan from three aspects: giving back to the society, leading the development of the industry, and cultivating talents.
To learn more about our openings in Taiwan, visit https://jobs.dell.com/taiwan.
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