Category: Culture

Category: Culture

As we adjust to the new normal, office investors are determining how their properties can adapt to the shifting needs of today’s workforce and tenants. In a recent Q&A with Chuck Schreiber, CEO and Co-founder of KBS, the CRE executive shared his thoughts on the topic.
Employee needs have shifted dramatically in the last three years. The task of recruiting and retaining employees has begun to extend beyond the traditional compensation package. What matters now is not just how and where employees work, but the means in which employers demonstrate how much they value the contributions of employees. Here we take a glimpse at the current labor market and some of the ways businesses are getting creative with benefits and job perks to attract and retain workers.
This past summer, thought leaders in South Carolina’s capital city of Colombia gathered to honor the outstanding women, past and present, who helped shape our country’s 18th state. The occasion was the official unveiling of Architecture of Strength, an impressive monolithic sculpture and a daily reminder of women’s profound contribution to the community and beyond.
The pandemic fundamentally changed the way the commercial real estate (CRE) community considered investing in the retail sector. As Covid-19 took hold, it appeared like retail was down for the count.
In a new era of business, office owners and innovators are increasing their focus and effort on creating healthier buildings for the people who occupy them.
The battle is on. It’s perks & pay versus the Great Resignation.
Fueled by historically high social media usage and more than 4.48 billion users, the cultural phenomenon of taking selfies has become as much of a business opportunity as it is an obsession.

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