We were taken on a tour of the new offices (3 blocks). It was like an office I have never seen before. There were no cubicles, only open offices. And not only that, there were workstations, some with desktop computers, others with only means to connect the employees' laptops. There were NO drawers! Anything that need to be locked up had to be placed in individual lockers in another room. No one have exclusive use to any particular desk. They are free to use any particular available desk to work on. And at the end of the day, everyone's desk have to be cleared of stuff.
Everything was wireless. Communication was by mobile phone and emails (Digi is a mobile phone operator, so calls are free). Thus papers were hardly used. If anything need to be printed, or if any stationery needed, there are printer centers where paper and a printer is available. You just print from your computer and then go to the nearest printer station to collect your printed materials. This is not used often, so D' Block can be described as an almost paperless office. A good move towards a more environmentally friendly office.
At the back of the office blocks was a natural rock cliff, with a waterfall, and there are steps to climb to the top of the top of the cliff for anyone so inclined. At the top of the cliff is an exercise station. With all this, one would expect the staff of D' Block to be pretty fit.
Here are the photographs of the rock cliff cum waterfall and the exercise station:
Hope someone from Digi may drop by and comment in what other ways Digi's offices are environmentally friendly.