WEBINAR―COVID-19: Preparing the workplace for re-entry
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While the social distancing mandated by the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to be in effect for the foreseeable future, now is the time for organisations to think about re-entry into what will be a fundamentally different workplace experience.
Hear from our business leaders as they share what we’re seeing in Asian markets and give their perspective on the likely impacts on the Australian office landscape.
What’s in it for you?
- The impact of COVID-19 on-demand & activity for the Australian office market
- What the COVID-19 re-entry model looks like for office tenants in Australia
- Latest insights on how APAC office markets have started their road to recovery
Jeremy Sheldon, Head of Markets, Asia Pacific
Jeremy is based in Hong Kong, and deals with landlords and tenants, with clients across the Asia Pacific. Hear from Jeremy about the ‘green shoots’ coming out of China, as well as his personal experience of returning to the office.
Kate Pilgrim, Senior Director, Tenant Representation – Victoria
Kate discusses the COVID-19 journey model, including the three ‘R’ phases: respond, re-entry and reimagination. Kate also discusses the Australian government’s code of conduct for commercial leases and explains how occupiers should prepare themselves for multiple re-entry scenarios, including the risk of a second COVID-19 outbreak
Michael Greene, Head of Tenant Representation – Australia
Michael discusses what the new workplace will look like physically, socially and culturally, and delves into the four areas that occupiers must focus on to remain nimble and react quickly to fast-changing situations.
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DISCLAIMER: JLL and our staff are not authorized or qualified to guide or influence you in the preparation of your own business continuity or preparations plans from a health and public policy perspective. While we are making efforts to ensure we are providing an up-to-date list of publicly available resources, all details on COVID-19, as well as health and public policy implications, should be addressed with the advice of an independent specialist.