According to CBRE’s global real estate consultant, Covid will face many new challenges in 2021.

Problems include room sensors, co-workers, small independent offices, vacant offices, or multiple classrooms who have difficulty getting employees back to the office in a more efficient way using premises for mixed tasks.

There is no textbook on how companies can embrace change in the office workforce and support the kind of work they do in their presence. To this end, a new CBRE survey surveyed 42 companies that replaced $ 350 million worth of offices worldwide to better understand the complexity of following these practices.

Their challenge for companies is to take into account the inequalities of employees who enter and leave the office on a given day, to see opportunities to streamline their office and operations, and to make many offices timely.

“Most companies realize that they need to create a single, efficient and effective work that will help them move to the offices. As a result, more returning employees will notice that their work environment is changing more than they left last year,” said Susan Wasmund. Director of CBRE Challenges Global Management. “Over the next few months, most of us will be aware of the changes, such as using the device to set up a work and meeting place for the day or using the device to see who’s coming to the office together.”

“There is no one-size-fits-all solution for companies to change their roles due to the epidemic, but other companies are making changes, both large and small, to take a comparable work schedule and improve their offices,” said Lenny Beaudoin. Director-General for Work, Planning, and Responsibilities of the CBRE. “An overview of the Challenges real-time accommodation described in this report is needed as employers refine their future employment plans.”

Highlights from the CBRE Hybrid Office report include:

• As of August 2021, 60 percent of companies were reviewing their work plans to address job changes due to the epidemic, 29 percent had planned a change, and 12 percent had not yet decided. Part of this effort included reducing the number and size of their offices. A quarter of companies do not currently have independent Challenges offices on their work schedule. Most companies (56 percent) now occupy a typical office space of 100 to 149 square meters. M. ft., A slight decrease compared to previous years.

• Companies are now focusing on the use of their offices – the number of people living in the area – on older metrics such as the number of unallocated tables and the proportion of pedestrian spaces needed office plan. 79 percent of companies monitor the locations of employees at daily checkpoints, 56 percent use the public view, 466 install monitors in the Wi-Fi office, and 26 percent use sensors to monitor rooms and desks.

• Most companies (56 percent) use temporary leased flex-office Challenges space to expand their offices. 43 percent say they plan to increase the use of flexible space, while 36 percent have not yet decided on the changes.

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