Achieving the level of personalization, and operational efficiency required to compete in an increasingly digital environment is the top priority of almost every business leader these days. Many recognize AI (Artificial Intelligence) as a key enabler for these pursuits.
Companies can use lease renewal time to evaluate their current position as tenants, explore the commercial real estate market, and use that information to negotiate a better lease arrangement.
Many companies have pivoted their return to work strategies to incorporate wellness programs for staff who are returning to the office full time and for those working in a hybrid work model. Achieving the right balance for each company will be a key factor and will differ for all industries globally.
Achieving a balance of health, safety and productivity are what company leaders are faced with in today’s working norm. All of this can be acquired with a good office design strategy tailored to meet the individual business needs of today’s workplace.
Leaders are pivoting to new and efficient business methods that will elevate the performance of staff. Faster is better for the post-pandemic workforce era.
New developments are being made post-pandemic on what staff are thinking about the new work norm.
Many of our customers and communities are looking forward to reclaiming and recapturing life experiences that will be provided in 2021.
Post pandemic, the traditional office setting has pivoted to strategic agile work methods for better work efficiency and productivity.
The office experience is evolving at an alarming rate because of the global pandemic. Employers are understanding that with better technology and management we can all be productive and focused on achieving business objectives through the hybrid working model.
Employees may use technology to be efficient because the physical and digital workplaces are intertwined, creating a “work from anywhere” setting. But that is not the only consideration.
This year will be unlike any other for the construction industry, with the landscape rapidly changing in a post-COVID environment and technology poised to support businesses’ innovation and operational efficiencies in ever-increasing ways.
According to a recent article by Jared Menkes, Executive Vice President of Menkes Development, even though the pandemic has affected our communities, we will also be seeing many sectors resume business and continue to flourish again. Very promising especially for the office space market.
As businesses begin to move forward post-pandemic, the workplace continues to evolve. Supporting creativity, employee connectivity, and efficiency will always be important and a primary objective for most organizations.
In today’s work environment, we are faced with the multiple demands of work load and responsibilities. On top of that, we also need to ensure we work well with our colleagues…
With office space and commercial property costs on the rise, companies who are in growth mode are looking for creative ways to expand square footage…
There is no magical formula that will truly determine how much office space you require these days. You can find a plethora of on-line info that will tell you costs
So your project is now complete and the customer is happy. Fantastic news! But wait, you return to the office, review your financials again and the numbers don’t seem to add up?!