Amanda Clack, executive director and head of strategic advisory at CBRE, looks at how organisations can attract and engage talent through an enhanced workplace. She notes that those born after 1997 (aka Gen Z) often choose an employer based on their qualitative merits – meaning there “is a pressure on CRE provision and workplace like never before to provide high-quality, sustainable and healthy environments in which people can enjoy being at work and, as a result, be more productive.” The author says CRE occupiers will have a strategy in place for the convergence of skills, space and service provision that will necessarily require collaboration between business support functions such as real estate, HR and technology to provide “the workplace of the future for the employees of today.”
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