Workplace Design’s Impact on Talent Retention

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Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC) in a report on Preparing for tomorrow’s workforce, today states that workspaces are important for delivering great performance and helping employees thrive. It says that creating a competitive advantage through more engaging people experiences is imperative to attracting and retaining talent and that workplaces should:

  • Promote well-being, with spaces for relaxation, recuperation and accommodate a variety of working styles.
  • Encourage teamwork, collaboration and innovation.

According to PwC, employers need to consider the impact workplace design will have on employees and on the future goals of an organisation. The physical and mental well-being of employees are key drivers for the success of an organisation and physical workspace plays an important role in maintaining a healthy workforce. This is particularly important in the current pandemic environment with the need for maintaining physical distancing in a sterilised environment while simultaneously encouraging collaboration and teamwork.

As a leader in the workplace relocation industry, Grace is well positioned in helping organisations transition towards alternate workspace solutions including surplus asset recycling and inventory management as well as office layout configuration design and installation.

Call us on 1300 164 612 to find out how we can make your office refurbishment or relocation a cost effective, smooth transition with no lost time.


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