Workplace Design: Four Trends
Author: Tracy Brower, PhD, MM, MCR
Global VP of Workplace Vitality - Mars Drinks
Date: June 6, 2016
It is said that a good manager provides the tools that help those around them do the work they need to do effectively and efficiently. Increasingly, this tenet applies to the role of facility management leaders who are immersed in providing a beneficial physical environment for the employees in their organizations. While furnishings, lighting, HVAC, and other elements that make a safe and comfortable workplace has always been part of the facility manager’s job, this responsibility has taken on another level. As more organizations recognize the impact of their facilities on employee recruitment and retention, brand image, and, real estate and operational costs, leadership is focused on whether these spaces are maximized in this role.
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