Leaders from Sodexo, HersheyandGenentech share how they created workplaces that boost productivity, enhance collaboration and improve employee satisfaction.
Some key statistics from the most common modern workplace strategies
say they would like to work remotely at least part of the time
of employee time is spent away from their desks
percentage of office space vacant at any time
of highly engaged employees feel they have control over their work experience
Of 81 global companies surveyed by JLL said they track space utilization
of all American workers hold a job that is compatible with working remotely
We use a lot of software rather than hardware, which allows us to remodel easily.
- Magnus Löfsjögård, Sodexo Service Manager
Will your workplace still be relevant 10 years from now?
We’ve reached a point where a physical office is no longer essential for all employees, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t important. According to Deloitte, an effective workplace strategy has many benefits, including:
More efficient space utilization, which can improve asset performance by as much as 20-50%
Significant savings in real estate costs
Increased mobility and flexibility for employees, resulting in a better work-life balance