Planning for the
future of work?

Prepare for rapid change intelligently by benchmarking and optimising your use of office space.

The needs of your business and employees are changing faster than your workplace can keep up. But you're not alone.

Did you know?
  • The average worker is at their desk 40% of their working day
  • 80% of work is defined as “collaborative"
What's in this report?

In addition to survey findings, we outline the strategies, tactics, and tools that leading companies across the globe are implementing to better understand and optimise their use of space.

You'll gain insight into how to:

  • Reduce real estate costs
  • Boost employee morale and productivity
  • Better position your company for future growth
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By tracking utilisation, we uncover valuable insights so workplace planners can spark real productivity. We can trim pointless spending on large offices in favor of a more collaborative space. We can appeal better to millennials and others who prefer an “anytime, anywhere” work ethos.

Our 2018 - 2019 Occupancy Benchmarking Report highlights the role of data and advanced analytics in shaping workplace strategy for an ever-changing world of work. A full 77% of respondents said a primary goal for their real estate team this year is to improve space data accuracy. As the number-one response, this points to the pressure corporate real estate leaders are under to make even better-informed decisions. Respondents cited other important goals as well: optimising the portfolio, reducing overall portfolio costs, and increasing the use of utilisation data for planning.

Sneak a peek at key observations in this year’s report:
Top metrics organisations track