According to a recent CBRE survey of 130 companies operating in the EMEA region (including Europe including R, Central Entrance and Africa), about 65 percent of companies currently operate all of their subsidiaries, but more than half are still organizing the number of employees present In offices according to the field and size of companies.
Survey results show that about 60 percent of small businesses with up to 100 employees have access to work for all of their employees, compared to 24 percent of medium-sized companies with up to 10,000 employees and 11 percent of large companies which has more. More than ten thousand people.
With the positive development of the epidemic situation, half of the companies surveyed (57 percent) will return employees to work by the end of this year. In contrast, about five companies have yet to thermally reopen the office, and only about 15 percent of respondents have a stable return to normal.
As for future office use, 28 percent of businesses believe that the amount of leased space will not change in the future. The aunt respondent roughly predicted the need to increase office capacity, which is 9 percent more than the aunt’s. Conversely, three out of ten companies are considering changing office space, and only 5 percent are considering their own, says Simon Orr, head of CBRE’s office segment.
The pandemic has shown that a number of employees can be productive even outside the three offices. At the same time, it revealed a decisive shift in the modern workforce, which in a new acquisition of the opportunity to freely balance his professional and personal life.
With the gradual return to the office, there are also several important sfrs, which companies want to turn to in the near future. In principle, it is to support dark collaboration (mentioned by 81 percent of respondents), including employee engagement in companies (50 percent), building a company culture (39 percent) and beating employees (36 percent). All these areas, among other things, require a reassessment of the existing ways of organizing work and leading people, as well as the correct appearance and functional work.
According to our research, employees who gradually return to the office will be grateful if their employers dedicate themselves to the strengths of building a healthy corporate culture. Thus, creating safe, sustainable work stimulates physical and mental well-being, says Simon Orr, and added:
The most important area, changed by 90% of employees, is flexibility. Therefore, the business owner in his HR strategies still has a lot of room to fully correspond to the change of the company and the needs of its employees.
Only good relationships at work are the basis of team work time, my experts. Also, although companies are recognizing a growing interest of employees in the freedom to organize their work, on the other hand, they want their employees to remain productive and connected to one another.
For some, due to the size of the company or field of work, this means a full return of employees to the office, while for others it will provide their employees with more freedom and a penchant for a blended work model.
The survey shows that fewer companies would prefer to bring all their employees back to the office (44 percent), while larger companies are charitable and allow employees to work equally from home and the office (44 percent).
Hybrid is the trend stv
Recognition was considered a phenomenon that caused a large outflow of tenants from administrative centers. The truth is the difference. Some companies may choose to diversify their portfolios further, for example, through the use of co-working spaces (as an alternative way to test occupancy or a variety of workspaces for employees), but in general, due to the emerging trend of co-working, only the way offices are used is changing.
The hybrid business model is mostly related to the introduction of joint jobs. Conservative companies such as banks, insurance companies or state-owned companies often turn to them. Going a year earlier would be unimaginable.
Nowadays, the external role of the office is changing, and it has gradually become a city that connects individuals primarily with darkness. The business owner should think about how the office will be used for employees and what will help them stay here as efficiently as possible and involve people in their days at the company, describes Philip Moka, an ergonomics specialist at CBRE.
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