- July 1, 2024: Vol. 16, Number 7

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Occupancy planning key to effective hybrid workplaces in Asia Pacific

by Jennifer Molloy

Hybrid working will remain core to organisational strategies in Asia Pacific, but more efficient office utilisation will become a bigger focus for corporations adapting to new working models. According to analysis by JLL, while 84 percent of organisations in Asia Pacific are adopting a hybrid programme, the region is also leading in the return to the office, with the highest proportion (22 percent) of employees spending an average of five days in the office globally.

Understanding how offices are used will be key to planning successful hybrid workplaces. JLL’s new Global Occupancy Planning Benchmarking Report 2024 outlines how hybrid programmes are actively shifting to accommodate a greater variety of work activities and how companies can look at occupancy planning and workplace design more holistically to reflect these changes (see table, right). The report offers best practices for how companies can use their workspace as an asset to attract and retain top talent

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