Staff Are Not Cattle: Best Practices For Delivering Space Consolidation And Wellbeing
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Urban rents are soaring, and sensor technologies continue to reveal chronically suboptimal utilization of corporate office space. Real estate executives are therefore consolidating their portfolios without a concurrent reduction in the size of their workforces. Is this good for employee engagement and productivity? This report examines the existing literature, case studies and exclusive data from Verdantix’s 2018 survey of corporate real estate executives to address this question. This report provides directors of real estate, marketing and human resources, as well as software vendors addressing client concerns around space management and wellbeing initiatives, with a framework to think about how to deliver truly smart workplaces that drive engagement, boost productivity and improve tenant experience.
Table of contentsStaff Are Not Cattle: Best Practices For Delivering Space Consolidation And Wellbeing
Macro Trends Push Occupants Towards Ever Greater Utilization Of Existing Real Estate
Space Consolidation Can Cause Or Exacerbate Multiple Factors That Negatively Impact Wellbeing
Difficulties With Determining Causalities Should Not Distract From The Tangible Risks Of Space Consolidation
Office Design And Smart Workplace Tools Are A Necessity To Offset Space Efficiency Side-Effects
Table of figuresFigure 1. Physical And Workplace Factors That Shape Engagement, Productivity And Wellbeing
Figure 2. Impact Assessment Of Physical And Workplace Factors On Wellbeing