Return to the Office
Resource pages for "Return to the Office"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
New survey of New York City executives reveals the c-suite is prioritizing workplace health, enhanced office cleaning.
Working remotely may be convenient for employees, but it's a challenge for employers who need everyone to feel like they’re on the same team.
Majority of companies want staff back on-site, but half of employees surveyed said they'd look for a new job if required to be in the office five days a week.
Commercial real estate lender Walker & Dunlop's new Bethesda, MD headquarters is an example of bringing employees back to the office the right way.
The most recent Gallagher survey found that more than two-thirds of employers encourage vaccination, appropriate masking, and other safety protocols.
The hybrid workplace is not a one-size-fits-all, clearly defined solution. Organizations must learn what their own dynamic needs are, and build a solution to fit.
The migration back into corporate buildings creates new challenges for facilities managers.
A recent 4SITE survey found two major takeaways regarding the return to the office: employee health and safety, and office space efficiency.
Survey shows that 75% of executives anticipate at least half their employees will be back in the office this month, and ensuring corporate buildings are safe for return is key.
Smart buildings are the key to bringing people back to the office.
Majority of millennials say they will feel safer returning to offices with real-time indoor air quality (IAQ) information.
The pandemic has brought new relevance to the prioritization of collaboration and flexibility in the workplace.
New research from Robert Half shows employees' ideal work environment and feelings about returning to the office full time.
Envoy Desks allows employees to reserve a desk to collaborate with teammates while keeping a safe distance in the office.
Find out what design preparations and common sense safety measures can be made to your office for operating in the new normal.