A supportive and safe environment. Opportunities for professional development and growth. The ability to cultivate work-life harmony. These are the hallmarks of a workplace that prioritizes the mental and emotional well-being of its workers.
Example: Technology, Internet, Artificial Intelligence
By utilizing information about how the coronavirus is transmitted, property professionals can anticipate occupant needs and identify new operational best practices. Learn how these best practices can help building owners and property professionals.
7/28/2022 • John Salustri
7/20/2021 • Liz Wolf
Occupant engagement and well-being used to be closely connected, but like many other aspects of commercial real estate, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed that.
5/6/2021 • John Salustri
If you think a healthy environment is defined in this age of COVID-19 as plexiglass dividers and hand sanitizers, your assumptions fall short of the mark.
Americans spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors, and that includes racking up an average of 50 hours a week in the office. Long hours, stress and the lack of physical activity of many office jobs can take a toll on people’s health.
The evolution of technology has allowed us greater control over the workplace than ever before. As these possibilities open up, property professionals and their tenants have the opportunity to think more critically about the spaces they are creating.
"I’m the canary in the coal mine,” says Barbara Ciesla, senior vice president at JLL in Toronto. For years, Ciesla has worked to promote sustainability in commercial real estate, but whenever she participated in discussions on energy management or gr