Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Facilities

Post COVID-19 – what constitutes a ‘new normal’ workspace

Post COVID-19 – what constitutes a ‘new normal’ workspace

The recent lockdown has resulted in a mass shift to remote working with the homes of employees replacing the physical office. However, pre-COVID-19 fixed costs to maintain office spaces remain and continue to impact balance sheets at a time when organizations are assessing their economic forecasts for the year. With …

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Workplace 2.0™ — Taking Advantage of a New Culture of “Work from Anywhere”

Workplace 2.0™ — Taking Advantage of a New Culture of “Work from Anywhere”

For a webinar by the author on this topic, click here: Cresa Webinar: Workplace 2.0 As companies emerge from the mandated work from home environment, they will begin asking questions such as, “How do we get our employees back to the office and keep them safe?” and “How will we reduce costs in …

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Marketing Your Space with Video

Marketing Your Space with Video

Whether you are marketing a part of your office space for sublease, selling your building or aiming to recruit and retain top talent by showcasing your work environment, the look and feel of your office matters. Despite the inevitable paradigm shift that we’ve experience as a result of the COVID-19 …

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Why Now is the Time for a Closer Look at Your Real Estate Strategy

Why Now is the Time for a Closer Look at Your Real Estate Strategy

Many businesses are in the throes of re-evaluating their real estate needs as they weigh the cost of their space against the rapid rise of remote work culture. While many are opting to sublease, those that are choosing to maintain offices are looking for ways to take pressure off their …

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What to do if an employee contracts COVID-19 at work: OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Requirements

What to do if an employee contracts COVID-19 at work: OSHA Recordkeeping & Reporting Requirements

Most hope that COVID-19 won’t hit close to home or work. But what do you do if an employee tests positive for the virus? On May 19, 2020, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (“OSHA”) issued new guidance on COVID-19 recordkeeping requirements for employers. OSHA clarified that COVID-19, indeed, is …

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