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Workplace Experience Newsletter July 2022: The Rise of Flexible Work

The Rise of Flexible Work

This month's newsletter will include recent insights around the future of the office, hybrid work, and employee retention. We hope this content is helpful as you navigate your return to office plans and bring hybrid work to life.

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Workplace Experience Newsletter June 2022: What is the Future of the Workplace?

 Newsletter June 2022: What is the Future of the Workplace?

This month's articles will look at the key data points from recent studies around the future of the office, hybrid work, and sustainable workplaces.

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3 Things Employers Need to Address to Improve Employee Experience and Drive New Ways of Working

3 Things Employers Need to Address to Improve Employee Experience

It's no secret that there has been a major shift in work dynamics in the last two years directly influenced by the global pandemic. The power of when and where work gets done has shifted from the employer to the employee as workers have been able to have more control over where they live and operate independently from the office. Because of these changes, employees want flexibility and understanding from their employers as they begin to reevaluate their careers.

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Flexibility in Work and Office Design is Critical - Dan Anninos

Flexibility in Work and Office Design is Critical - Dan Anninos

The redesign of the office space must also provide this flexibility where there are less individual "sole-owner" spaces and more open spaces designed for collaboration and interaction at the food market place or in team rooms, for example. Finally, in order to attract talent, today’s and future workforce desires the flexibility to work in both environments and enable a balanced work, home, family and social life–not to mention the benefits of reducing the stress of everyday commuting and impacts to the environment.

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Effectiveness Should Drive Where Work is Done - Simon Davis

Effectiveness Should Drive Where Work is Done

The lens needs to be more firmly on "where do people do specific tasks more effectively". Look at productivity, efficiency and human metrics to determine which tasks are typically carried out better where (by individuals, teams and departments). Collaboration, celebration and community are three strong use cases for the office. The power of casual collision cannot be underestimated. Forcing people into using the office, like forcing them to use PowerPoint for everything they do, is futile. They will quickly realize it is not always fit for purpose and in some instances can hamper their deliverables.

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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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Evolve Your Space to Fit Employee Needs with Behavior Data - Fernanda Belo

Evolve Your Space to Fit Employee Needs with Behavior Data - 2022 Workplace Experience Ideabook

To make the office a truly meaningful space for employees, it is crucial to have the spatial intelligence in place to measure space use along with employee behavior, and use this data to make predictions in real-time, so that the office can be constantly adapted to match evolving employee needs and expectations. This will define success for workplaces today and beyond.

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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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