Commercial office buildings are being built or modified (sometimes radically) to make them more appealing to employees who’ve embraced hybrid work schedules.
“It’s about exciting people to come into the office,” says Adam Showalter.
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.
International thought leaders across Commercial Real Estate gathered in Washington D.C. on March 14. BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) International’s Public Policy Symposium on Decarbonization was the impetus for this gathering.