While remote workers and businesses look to return to the workplace, recovery is not a straightforward endeavor. Employees must feel safe and valued in their workplace, and businesses must be proactive with their leasing obligations and effective use of technology.
Will executives feel more comfortable about their teams working remotely? Will reduced business travel continue per company savings and the impact on environmental sustainability? What about employees’ increased demand for remote work now that they’re experiencing it? Learn from the latest research important considerations to plan for the near future as major shifts in how we experience the workplace, and world, evolve.
The leading real estate services and investment organization shares their expertise and advice on the implications of COVID-19 for occupiers of space and landlords.
“It’s not too early to start planning for how we can return hundreds of thousands of people to the workplace once the quarantines end. Here are some thoughts on the first steps companies can take in the short term.”
“There’s even more value in versatility as tenants adjust their approach to current team and future spatial needs.”
“Companies forced to switch entirely to working from home because of coronavirus have provided a large-scale case study for remote work. Experts think it will reshape the way companies see offices in the future.”
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Navigating business recovery amid and post-COVID 19 is a profound undertaking. But by setting up your team and real estate portfolio for success, recovery– and even emerging stronger– is possible.