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The office landscape and workforce has seen a dramatic transformation in the last decade: open layouts replaced large cubicle footprints; daily work schedules are less "scheduled" and more digital and flexible; and in-person assemblies are now virtual gatherings. Leading this charge is technology.
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An office building’s amenity package can be a market game-changer—separating the ordinary from the extraordinary—the difference between robust occupancies and discounted rents to lure tenants. It’s a competitive factor that cannot be neglected.
The technology and digital sphere is a hyper-connected game in which we are all active players. How many times today did you use your smartphone or tablet to send a message, browse the web or simply take a picture?
For decades most offices were basic brick and mortars with cubicles, white wall executive offices and fluorescent-lit conference and meeting rooms, with copiers and printers sprinkled in. Workplace design remained relatively status quo until technology revolutionized the way we work and do business, giving way to more creative work environments that stimulate productivity.
40% of employers claim they are struggling to find qualified candidates. This presents companies with a unique opportunity to revamp how they recruit, onboard, and retain employees by leveraging the physical office space.
Premier Office Magazine editor Phil Diment chats with former U.S. Marine scout sniper Jake Wood, who leveraged his military and leadership experience to form Team Rubicon, a global organization made up of thousands of volunteer vets who help in large-scale emergency disaster relief across the world.
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