Research - MAY 7, 2020

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Companies look to data in the return to office life

by Andrea Zander

Workplace data is bringing customized insights into how companies can best keep their employees safe as offices reopen their doors, said JLL.

As offices shut during COVID-19 lockdowns gradually reopen, workplace management teams and landlords will be increasingly looking to data to help make critical changes to their floorplans and services.

“There will be fundamental change in the workplace experience we’ve come to expect,” said Lee Daniels, global product manager for workplace & occupancy strategy and EMEA experience lead at JLL. “Employee safety and wellbeing is now the number one priority for all companies.”

Having data provides solutions to introducing and enforcing social distancing measures and rethinking normal practices in communal areas.

“To be able to effectively manage, you need to be able to measure,” said Jeff Josephson, senior technology services director at JLL in the United States. “Data removes human assumptions that

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