87% of Fortune '100 Best Companies to Work For' have Workplace Strategy programs in place
A workplace strategy will drive the productivity of your people and your business, different your brand in the market and support talent attraction and retention.
Unprecedented forces are changing the way business is conducted today. Economic uncertainty, increasing M&A activity and changing labour demographics are among the many challenges facing companies. Companies must have the flexibility needed to respond to an ever-evolving business climate. Workplace strategy can play a significant role in helping companies meet short-term and long-term objectives and, more importantly, rapidly address changing market conditions and priorities.
JLL is the only end-to-end provider of sustainable workplace solutions in Asia Pacific. Our Workplace Strategy team creates and implements the strategy that delivers enduring workplace change.
We apply award-winning analytics and methodologies to ensure that your work environment, resources and policies improve workplace productivity. We help manage costs to the lowest possible levels while enhancing workforce satisfaction, recruitment and retention.
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