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Exploring new employee expectations and how employers can support their people in the new hybrid world
Projects using the sustainable construction material largely remain on track.
Companies are launching a growing range of initiatives to show employees they care about their health and wellbeing
There’s been a significant drop in the number of women in the workforceduring the pandemic
Concerns over bank failures led to a softer response from Feds. But how will tightened credit conditions weigh on the economy?
Life science workplaces are becoming less clinical and more collaborative
More urban areas are going into energy-saving mode for environmental and financial reasons
With more consumers shopping in-store and online, grocery retailers are amping up mobile technology and space planning investments.
Fuel prices are driving improvements and energy efficient retrofits
A host of banking issues is complicating matters for the Fed, but are there silver linings for commercial real estate?
Exploring key indicators for measuring the health of the construction industry and its near-term outlook
Companies have been slow to bring in robots due to costs. Is that changing?
A strong labor market has the Fed sounding even more hawkish. What does that mean for commercial real estate?
Redeveloping industrial real estate in a strong market aims to address modern demands
We’re still seeing momentum in the economy, but CRE remains in a gradual slowdown. When will things turn around?
Companies are focusing on equity, not just equality
The hybrid work journey includes challenges that can catch leaders on the back foot.
As more employees return to the office, companies struggle to get the hybrid model correct because they need to invest in more technology and put people first.
Environmental goals and the talent war have companies looking for cost-effective improvements
Companies are creating more workplaces that meet the needs of all
Managers are thinking creatively to inspire workers as collaboration dips
A new study highlights when and where people are at their best
The rise of virtual worlds could help companies bring hybrid workforces together
Companies are moving beyond traditional data to emphasize people
With balance sheets under scrutiny, companies are focusing on reducing energy consumption in buildings
From low spec to high tech, office cleaning is adapting to a changing workplace
Some buildings are falling behind as the focus on sustainability reshapes the business outlook
With students travelling abroad again, investors are following
Converging needs are leading to more dialogue and transparency than ever before
Survey from JLL and Reuters Events suggests supply chain disruption and higher costs all weigh heavy
Hybrid work and the e-commerce boom are driving demand for spare space
Measures to limit real estate’s environmental impact are gathering pace, but some managers are struggling to keep up
Rising interest rates are behind challenges to securing new loans
Slowing global growth is forcing investors to be more selective on sector deals
Companies are reshoring and diversifying their manufacturing operations to address supply chain issues, bolstering industrial real estate demand.
Incentives and legislation push for sustainability in both new and older buildings
The built environment has work to do to be part of a net zero future
Public-private partnerships are helping to alleviate talent and expertise shortages for municipalities aiming to access and leverage infrastructure bill money.
The influx in U.S. infrastructure spending won’t be coming from the government alone. Public Private Partnerships (P3s) are expected to surge through the $1.1 trillion U.S. infrastructure package.
New and existing cities need to manage climate risks for fast-growing populations
In-store shopping is having a renaissance this year as consumers return to pre-pandemic traditions
Green certifications are becoming a norm in logistics amid pressure from investors and occupiers
A sustainability mindset is increasingly prevalent at the construction stage in logistics
There are clean energy solutions available to green the last mile, but hurdles remain
Many companies have committed to net zero emissions, but a say-do gap is slowing the process