2023 Occupancy Benchmarking Report
View regional and global occupancy data,
and see how your organisation compares
In today’s evolving business landscape, workplace and occupancy planning have become crucial as organisations embrace the hybrid workplace model. By providing suitable workspaces and enhancing the employee experience, businesses can optimise resources and stay ahead of real estate needs.
This report explores how organisations adapt their space strategies and may offer valuable insights for your own workplace transformation. Key factors include integrating technology, fostering collaboration, offering flexible work options, and optimising space utilisation with data-driven insights. Learn from others’ experiences to create a successful and adaptive workplace.
Watch our hybrid working video!
There is huge demand from organisations today to more clearly understand how people are working in the new hybrid context. This video will shed some light on the current climate.
Our overview of global hybrid working statistics
Faced with radical changes in working styles, preferences, schedules ushered in by the global pandemic, and subsequent shutdowns, companies find themselves in uncharted territory when it comes to how they manage their workplaces. Work is now an activity rather than a defined office location.
The modern hybrid workforce demands flexible schedules, work-from-anywhere options, and regenerative spaces, upending the traditional office building design and utilisation. In today’s fluid environment, real estate owners and operators may feel adrift in a sea of change, potentially chasing conflicting objectives with little visibility into the future.
Download our report and learn more about how organisations are managing their real estate portfolios, accommodating the demand for hybrid.