The Future Of Corporate Real Estate And Facilities Management In A Pandemic World

CoreNet Global’s Senior Director of Content Experience, Sonali Tare, recently spoke with Cheryl Carron, President, Integrated Facilities Management, Sodexo Corporate Services North America on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on corporate real estate (CRE) and facilities management (FM), and what the profession needs to monitor, as organizations start to bring employees back into the office.

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Post Pandemic Workers Will Split Time Between Remote Work and The Office, As Many Corporations Plan to Reduce Overall Real Estate Footprint

A new CoreNet Global survey has found that post pandemic, workers will spend roughly half of the work week at the office and the remaining time either in a home office, remote location or co-working space.

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COMPENSATION FOR CORPORATE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS GROWS

Total annual compensation for corporate real estate professionals globally has steadily increased over the last five years, and the pandemic has most recently redefined the role of determining where and how people work, according to a survey conducted by CoreNet Global and Ferguson Partners. 

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It’s Academic!

Thursday March 18 was Academic Day during CoreNet Global’s first ever Corporate Real Estate Week.

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How to Control the Terms When Selling Non-Core/Excess Real Estate

Guest Post by Jeff Hubbard, A&G Real Estate Partners

As holders of corporate real estate (CRE) seek to position their companies for the second half of 2021, they are rightly focused on generating liquidity by selling excess/non-core assets. Proceeds from these sales could support their adaptive strategies during a time of intense challenge and rapid change.

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Workplace 2.0 – Unity & Community

Guest blog by, Rob Kubiak, Director, Research & Analytics for Wurkwel Ventures, LLC

Businesses were forced to embrace a lot of changes last year, and the office environment is a direct reflection of that. Going forward, the ‘why’ of work will be essential to a successful workplace. In 2021 and beyond, workplaces will need to focus on unity and community with both employers and employees reminded of the end goal, which, in turn, will allow organizations to thrive.

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Corporate Real Estate Leaders Address Diversity and Inclusion

Corporate Real Estate Leaders Address Diversity and Inclusion

As Corporate Real Estate Week kicked off around the world this week, two panels of diverse, expert leaders in corporate real estate began a discussion about how to make the profession more inclusive. 

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Artificial Intelligence is Making the Workplace of Tomorrow More Human than Ever

Guest Post by Cynthia Kantor, Chief Product Officer, JLL Corporate Solutions

Amidst the many profound disruptions of the past 12 months, it’s only natural for people to ask when things will get back to normal. But I for one see this moment as an opportunity to release old norms and make things better than normal in terms of workplace strategy. That’s because, more than ever, we have the technology to create a more human experience of work—and a dawning consciousness that work is something you do, not necessarily somewhere you go.

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Commercial Interiors Field Work: It’s Not Just a Man’s World Anymore

Guest Post by Anthony Hansen, Director of Marketing, Installation Specialists, Inc. (ISI)

It is no secret that women are a driving force behind the creative design and successful appointment of commercial interiors. When it comes to field work, however, they are largely absent in the industry they have formed in their likeness.

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Lessons From The Return to Work in India

The Drum in India has listed insights that companies are learning as the return to work gains steam: 

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The Changing Trajectory of the American Workplace and the 15-Minute City Model

Guest post by, Jack E. Weber, IIDA, MCR, LEED AP and Jeffrey W. Kuhnhenn, AIA, LEED AP, Gresham Smith

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges that most Americans haven’t had to navigate in their lifetime. One of the most uncharted waters most of us have faced is working from home. Take social distancing, minimal travel and the newfound flexibility of remote work, and you have an increased interest in staying close to home.

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Companies Are Focused on Employee Wellness

A new Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends finds that companies are naturally more concerned than ever about employee wellness. 

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