workplace strategy

The Office Occupier process helps ensure the physical office environment is the most effective and efficient solution possible. It is important to have a well-designed and functional workspace that supports the needs of employees. This includes factors such as physical safety, ergonomics, air quality and access to equipment and resources. A good workplace strategy improves productivity, overall staff satisfaction and the bottom line but an excellent workplace strategy will make office space a recruiting tool to retain and attract the best staff.

February 2024

IBM tells managers to come to the office or leave their jobs

The technology firm is pushing for an end to remote work, telling US-based managers to immediately report in-person or exit their role...

November 2023

More Than Just A Place To Work

Getting people back to the office means companies need to offer sustainable, amenity-rich spaces, Hines executives say.

August 2023

Why the office works

Working from home has its perks, but good workspaces move us to great accomplishments...

August 2023

Why Are Incompetent Men Leaders?

There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation of women in management, namely: (1) they are not...

August 2023

What’s Too Casual for Work in 2023?

As office dress-codes increasingly unwind, can men safely wear their favorite weekend staples deskside?

July 2023

traditional workplace is transforming

The reimagined workplace of the future is a place where technology, flexibility, and creativity merge to create a more efficient..

June 2023

The WFH Illusion Fades

It is not more productive than being in an office, after all....

Dec 2022

Getting Creative With Vacant Space

Some landlords are skipping residential conversion and instead seeking alternatives...