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Workplace Strategy

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.

Workplace Strategy can help with:

  • Readiness for global economic volatility
  • Managing workplace change
  • Improving productivity
  • Optimising portfolio value
  • Brand reinforcement
  • Strengthening sustainability
  • Improving talent attraction and retention

News and research

Future of work and workplace

The workplace is changing. Quickly. The workers of tomorrow will be on the move, working as freelancers where the quality of their working environment will be a key determinant in their choice of employer. So how can corporates attract and retain key talent? By curating a workplace experience that creates social engagement and human interactions.

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Is humanity the future architect?

JLL and TEDxSydney partnered in 2016, to discover what would drive our workplaces, buildings and cities in the future. What we discovered was a strong focus on human connections and how they will ultimately shape the future of real estate.

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A new era of co-working

The co-working revolution is transforming real estate. Pioneered by start-ups, entrepreneurs and freelancers, a growing number of companies, large and small, are exploring how to incorporate the concept.

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Fully engaged

The future of the workplace is changing – the way we work is evolving and organizations need to look for other strategies, tools or approaches to sustain and grow business. A focus on employee engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives.

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More news and research

The Power of Habit and its Impact on Workplace Change

This presentation explores the intrinsic link between an organisation's workplace and its culture. Workplace change provides an incredible opportunity for an organisation to shift its cultural direction. To this extent, we explore the opportunities and risks of workplace change, harnessing the findings of neuroscience and the recent JLL paper 'Fully Engaged'.

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TEDxSydney: Urban Canvas

Our world is changing faster than ever. By 2020, it’s predicted that 10 million driverless cars will be on the road – meaning those of us with small children may never have to worry about them getting a drivers licence! New industries will exist that we never even dreamed of, whilst institutions we’ve grown up with would have all but disappeared

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Activity Based Working

National Head of Corporate consulting, Rajiv Nagrath, discusses the Activity Based Working.

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Activity Based Working

ABW is here to stay and whilst it might not suit all businesses, adaptation to and consideration of business strategies and objectives will allow for a workplace that breathes new life into an organisation.

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