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Experience per SF

Our Experience per SF™ (XSF) is a differentiating product that statistically uncovers real estate and workplace metrics relating to your employees’ engagement and experience.

Our unique product scores the employee’s workplace experience and benchmarks performance, arming our clients with valuable insights they can act on to improve the employee experience.

Benefits
Retain employees and attract top talent
In highly competitive labor markets, winning the war for talent often means the difference between a business thriving or just surviving. Leveraging your workspace effectively will give you a leg up.

Improve operational efficiency
Have supporting evidence and a solid business case that will allow you to make strategic moves quicker and with more assurance that they positively affect your bottom line.

Improve employee engagement
Our repeatable, data-rich process will allow you to measure the impact of actions taken and drive a continual increase in employee engagement.

Bolster employee productivity
Our program allows you to identify under-engaged employees by market, job function, business unit, or any other factor to allow you to target your actions to the areas that will have the greatest impact on productivity.

Increase the bottom line
Driving the optimal employee engagement platform also includes identifying over-performing areas and redistributing those funds to areas that will drive financial results.

Cushman & Wakefield
Skyscraper
  1. 01 Leases Executed
  2. 02 Decisive Information
  3. 03 Value Protection

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