12 November 2019

New research reveals that to improve employee engagement, organizations must go beyond providing an attractive workplace. To fully optimize the investment in real estate, it’s important to proactively consider what will improve both employee satisfaction and engagement.

  • Employees value an emotional connection to their organization. Great workplace environments and the experiences they provide are a key instrument in enabling and supporting this connection.
  • Employees place more value on physical elements that support well-being and convenience—such as natural light, views of the outdoors and food—more than service amenities like fitness centers and on-site child care.
  • To fully optimize workplace investment, it’s important to proactively consider what will improve both employee satisfaction and engagement.
  • Understanding your organization and what will uniquely impact employee engagement and satisfaction is key to determining the right workplace investments.

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