employee experience


3 Data Points Facilities Leaders Need to Manage Hybrid Work. 

3 Data Points Facilities Leaders Need to Manage Hybrid Work.

Employees are asking for a flexible work experience new things and facilities teams must adapt to that sentiment, with new views around health, safety, and work-life balance. Hybrid workplaces not only mean flexibility for the employee but also more variability and complexity for facilities teams trying to provide a best-in-class physical workplace. How can we create the best and most efficient office environment to ensure satisfaction amongst occupants?

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Earn Employees Back with the Purposeful Office - Bob Panaro

Earn Employees Back with the Purposeful Office - Bob Panaro

The 30 minutes experiencing a fabulous on-site food service may not be enough to overcome a day-long struggle against uncomfortable temperatures; eye strain from glare; headaches caused by poor air quality; or reduced productivity due to noisy spaces. Address the uncomfortable spaces. Additionally, an experience of belonging and being heard is priceless. A shared sense of purpose gets and keeps people together – even in a pandemic. Finally, perennial changes in technology, society, and climate require a new level of resilience to be designed into every investment. Put occupant experience, purpose, and flexibility first to continually earn employees back to the collaborative spaces we used to call offices.

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February 2022 Workplace Experience Newsletter: Is Office Real Estate Actually Shrinking?

Workplace Experience Newsletter - February 2022

As we return to the office, it will be important to have your cleaning, air quality and sanitization procedures in place to ensure employee health & safety. This article shares important information on how COVID strains are evolving and how our cleaning procedures should evolve to ensure better health outcomes in our buildings and offices.

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