A unified work approach to create seamless office experiences

Great workplace experience has become the new bargaining chip for employees to return to the office. A new report explores how better workplace experience can be achieved and measured through one unified approach

Guide to calculating the space you’re really going to need

As we enter the hybrid era, using headcount and standards to calculate requirements for office space does not provide a holistic insight into workplace culture, morale, productivity and wellbeing. Could there be a better process?

Liberated Work

Liberated Work: where does the corporate workplace go next?

As hybrid working widens the scope of where people can work, a new Australian report explores what the fate of the corporate office might be and how that fits into expectations of flexible working

Why is London lagging behind in recovering from the pandemic?

As UK cities start to recover after the pandemic, one major  urban centre – London – is still behind the rest of the pack in terms of spend and footfall, according to the latest data from Centre for Cities

Why companies are reducing office density, not space

In this WORKTECH Academy briefing, we look at survey data which suggests that cuts in office space won’t be too deep – and at employee typologies for the new world of work

China tops ranking in global drive towards green buildings

Counties outside the United States are moving fast to green according to the US Green Building Council’s survey of the number of buildings around the world certified under the LEED sustainable rating

performance metrics

Exploring new performance metrics in the flexible work era

How can Corporate Real Estate leaders respond to the shifts occurring in the world of work? A new report by Locatee explores new metrics for workplace performance in the context of flexible working


Extending Manhattan: could this audacious plan be realised?

In this WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing we report on a proposal to extend Manhattan with a new reclaimed quarter, and looks at the top five innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas