Monday September 28, 2020

How real estate is adjusting to the changing world of work

The corporate workplace is more and more seen as key to improving employee experience

1st March, 2020
Workplaces will become a focus of meeting employee expectations and will be key to attracting and retaining talent. Picture: Getty

The old adage of ‘location, location, location’ is changing as the key factor for tenants when looking for office space. Whilst location is still part of the decision-making process, occupiers are now placing more emphasis than ever on the types of buildings they are located in. Corporate real estate strategies are also evolving such that employee experience is the centerpiece, and the workplace is seen as key for improving employee experience.

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