Global companies plan to give their workplaces a makeover to work on the brand and corporate culture after the COVID-19 pandemic to improve employee-centric facilities. According to a recent research report by senior real estate consultant Knight Frank, a survey of 400 international companies, employing more than 10 million people, found that occupants are trying to overhaul their office spaces, in order to stimulate collaboration between employees and we are. It can also lead to attracting new talent. (Read also: Second wave of feelings affected by COVID-19 from real estate stakeholders)
The second edition of its (Y) OUR SPACE report by the real estate consultant indicated that global companies are trying to bring a unique insight into the work strategies and real estate needs of its workspaces. The survey also found that around 90% of global companies view real estate as a strategic device to support the broader transformation of their office space.
In addition, 65% of companies seek to develop or stabilize their office portfolio within three years. Of this figure, 46% of companies plan to improve equipment in the workplace, for the convenience and well-being of employees after the COVID-19 pandemic.