Research

Logistics Buildings of Tomorrow:
Human Centric Design

May 06, 2022

Labour challenges highlight the importance of human-centric design

Contributors:
  • Lisa Graham
  • Raphaele Naud
  • Alexandra Tornow
  • Maciej Kotowski
  • Jan Zombirt
  • Jakub Zielinski

Soaring to record, the occupier demand for logistics facilities across Europe has generated significant requirements for labour. How can human-centric design help businesses to cope with labour shortages and retain their employees?

Read our latest report to unlock recommendations and discover the five biggest trends:

  • Labour shortages emerge as Europe returns to growth

  • Elevated demand for logistics space intensifies the demand for labour

  • The rise of automation in logistics

  • Labour supply challenges will remain as populations age

  • The emergence of human-centric design in logistics buildings

And join us on 20th May at 11:30am CET for the Logistics Future Workforce webinar

https://engaged-emea.jll.com/logistics-future-workforce-webinar-20-may-2022

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