How can you create workspaces that attract and retain people?
Changes in employee expectations now demand very different workplace experiences. Organisations getting it right are putting their greatest asset first: their people.
Successful workspaces are designed to provide experiences that attract and retain talented workers and allow for social engagement and collaboration. While the office will remain central, smart organisations are reimagining its purpose providing experiences that matter. Leading organisations are shaping inspiring spaces into hives of culture and innovation centers transforming their real estate into competitive advantage.
Experiences that matter: Considering the emotional, physical and virtual dimensions
Create a future-focused workplace
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Worker Preferences Barometer 2021: How employee attitudes & expectations have changed
Our research reveals that forced adoption of remote working has created opportunities, but it is also exposing new social risks. Workers are experiencing an increased amount of virtual burn-out and are eager to get back to the office.
Shaping human experience
In this latest research, we identify four emerging worker profiles, each with unique expectations that will need to be balanced to maximize workforce engagement, commitment and satisfaction.
Why hybrid workplace pilots are taking off
Companies are launching pilot programs to try new ways of working, an effort aimed at learning what works best before investing in new workplace concepts across their entire real estate portfolios.
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How can hybrid create a better world of work for you?
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What technology and data do you need to power the future workplace today?
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