Working and living better


At Maps Group, we have designed a new organisational model that allows everyone to choose how to alternate remote and onsite work while still holding weekly team meetings.

This project is called Maps Habitat, and its design is person-centred. It aims to create a habitat where our talents can grow professionally through sharing ideas, with the calm of a good work-life balance.

How Maps Habitat works

Maps Habitat has specific features designed to capitalise on the ambitions and skills, desires and well-being of the people who work with us.

We like to call it ‘Teamwork from remote’ to emphasise how the values of sharing and cooperation define the identity of Maps Group everywhere.

Weekly work schedules in different habitats

Each work group meets in the office weekly to foster cooperation and the exchange of ideas, maintain team spirit, and feel part of the company.

Teamwork remains a central theme in Maps Habitat: all programmes, defined as HAB (a play on the word hub and aiming to express the concept of a place of connection), ensure that each working group can, on the one hand, carry out a full day's work with the team onsite and, on the other hand, guarantee a high number of hours per week of co-participation during remote work.

Corporate spaces and tools

Maps Habitat's philosophy is centred on interconnectedness and has led us to redesign our corporate spaces.

The office is no longer just a place where people work individually: it is an area for exchanging information and socialising, with big areas for group discussions. To this end, we redesigned our premises with more meeting rooms and shared spaces.

Our project aims to build a habitat that transcends the confines of the office: to create a place where cooperation is enabled even remotely through dedicated digital tools and where the home workstation becomes more comfortable by providing monitors and ergonomic chairs for your personal living space.


Talents are our company's principal assets

People are our most important resources. This is why we create a pleasant habitat to allow talent to grow, as we believe that the well-being of each individual can create a professional environment based on trust and responsibility.

A people-centric project

The Maps Habitat project grew out of people's needs. We have created a new work organisation model that accommodates different individual time management needs to provide a better work-life balance.

We have developed a series of weekly site attendance schedules with flexible hours, allowing our resources to choose their preferred work mode, onsite or at home.

Maps Habitat has enabled us to cut time and expenses for the home-office commute drastically and to make personal time more flexible with flexible working hours.


Confidence - Work towards goals

The Maps Habitat project aims to consolidate a working environment where trust is the core value.

Our model is mainly based on mutual trust and working towards goals. This allows us flexibility and creativity, generating productivity and efficiency.

Cooperation - Teamwork

Relationships between people are opportunity-rich streams. They convey ideas, inspiration and expertise to share.

Our connections are real assets to be cherished. Maps Habitat supports teamwork by providing a weekly onsite team meeting and daily time slots for remote teamwork.

Environment - Sustainability

When creating the project, we also took the environmental impact into account.

The launch of Maps Habitat and the sharp increase in teleworking ensure a significant reduction in the use of own vehicles and car mileage for the home-office commute, helping to cut energy consumption and environmentally harmful emissions.