RECOVERY READINESS: A HOW-TO GUIDE FOR REOPENING YOUR WORKPLACE
As areas stabilize from the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home restrictions are lifted, organizations will begin to bring workers back into the physical workplace. It’s already begun in some parts of the world. In fact, as of April 2020, we have helped move our own employees, and those of our clients, back into more than 800 million square feet of properties globally.
The “Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide for Reopening your Workplace,” outlines some of the best thinking and practices that our more than 53,000 professionals have compiled across the globe and also includes insights from key partners. The recommended practices and protocols already have been implemented at locations across the globe with tremendous success.
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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE DURING A PANDEMIC
If you are a small business, you probably lease or own commercial real estate that you haven’t been able to fully utilize since mid-March. In this webinar we discuss issues including the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA), strategies Tenants and Landlords are using to restructure leases, and what the future of the office might look like.
THE FUTURE OF WORKPLACE
The new normal will be a total workplace ecosystem.
Through our proprietary Experience per Square FootTM (XSF) tool, Cushman & Wakefield has captured more than 2.5 million data points from workers all over the globe in the pre-COVID-19 era and a further 1.7 million data points from more than 40,000 respondents in the current work from home environment.
Our workplace specialists analyzed this data to develop a report on the future of workplace, which gives you an inside look at the unrivaled insights into how employees are coping right now – identifying their key successes and critical challenge. With this data, Cushman & Wakefield has developed a report that provides insight into the future workplace.
THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 AND OIL PRICE DECLINES ON OIL SENSITIVE OFFICE MARKETS
As the global economy reels under the weight of COVID-19, the oil and gas industry has been affected by another shock as global oil prices have collapsed for the third time in the last 13 years. This decline is compounding the impact of the pandemic in cities where the oil and gas industry is an important, or even dominant contributor to the local economy.
The report highlights six markets across the Americas—Calgary, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Rio de Janeiro and St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador—where the oil and gas industry contribute greatly to local economic activity and commercial real estate markets.
Learn how these markets performed in previous oil market downturns as a potential indicator of future performance in The Impact of COVID-19 and Oil Price Declines on Oil Sensitive Office Markets.
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