How can you create
workspaces that attract
and retain people?
Changes in employee expectations now demand very different
workplace experiences. Organisations getting it right are
putting their greatest asset first: their people.
The workplace is now more than ever a place to make connections, stimulate creativity, team collaboration and a catalyst that enables employees to be their best selves. With the realisation that the human interactions which occur within the workplace are unique and irreplaceable, office design has to continually transform as work dynamics evolve.
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“The future workplace will be more worker-centric, with spaces and technologies to enable a healthy, resilient, and high-performing workforce.”Kamya Miglani, Director, Work Dynamics Research, APAC, JLL
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"You need to connect creativity and ideas to data and insights to ensure that your design is drawn with purpose."Gonzalo Portellano, Head of Portfolio Design, Project and Development Services, APAC, JLL
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"A high impact work environment is the right mix of culture, technology, and spaces available to the employees."Kamya Miglani, Director, Work Dynamics Research, APAC, JLL
Asia Pacific Workforce Preferences Barometer
How have employees’ attitudes towards remote work changed over the past 12 months? What are the implications for workplace strategies and office design?
Explore the infographic and get insights on the changes in APAC employee attitudes and preferences.
Latest experience and design insights
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Winning the life sciences talent warUp to 83% of life sciences CRE leaders believe that having high-quality real estate will give them an advantage in attracting and retaining talent, but what exactly constitutes a quality space? Find out more in the latest life sciences survey report.
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Asia Pacific Fit-Out Cost Guide 2021/2022Understanding trends and opportunities can help provide an idea of what you would expect to pay for a typical office fit-out across the region.
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The A-Z of Future Workplace DesignWhat are some emerging employee behaviours, which have developed as part of our changing culture, where flexible working is now the norm? Explore 26 building blocks to spark meaningful conversations around workplace design to enable you to make informed and forward-thinking design decisions to future proof your office.
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What’s next for office design?A more customer-focused approach to office design means that blanket fit-outs across office floors will no longer cut it for workers whose expectations of the office are increasing.
GlaxoSmithKline: Workspace that encourages collaboration and interaction
Creating this modern, flexible and adaptable workspace required innovative ideas to ensure that the effectiveness, productivity or experience of the GSK employees was compromised.
Finding SEEK a new global headquarters
We turned SEEK’s vision for its business into a workplace for this generation
Gumtree: Design to bring businesses together
Gumtree worked with JLL to create their new office to support their changing business model, and the design generated a vibrant and collaborative new workplace for employees to enjoy their work.
Our captivating approach helps you get the most out of your space. Engage your workforce with a bespoke in-person, and increasingly virtual, experience strategy that transforms your space into an activated environment where people can relax, re-energise, brainstorm or break their daily routine.