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Total Workplace

Total Workplace consulting brings together thought leadership, strategy, and guidance to help both occupiers and investors to address how work is changing, where people live, work and play, and what the implications are for real estate.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Total Workplace team is a network of global professionals who bring together thought leadership, strategy, and guidance to help both occupiers and investors address how work is changing, where people live, work and play, and what the implications are for real estate. We integrate workforce, location, workplace and portfolio strategies to impact people’s productivity, engagement, experience, and wellbeing. We support global clients across a Total Workplace Ecosystem.

Delivering Value

Total Workplace delivers business value to clients by helping connect the impact of real estate to core business goals including:

  • Talent attraction and retention
  • Space and energy efficiency
  • Employee experience and productivity
  • Wellness and sustainability

For employees today, the workplace experience is increasingly important. It’s no longer just about the pay and benefits. Businesses are facing new challenges in creating ways of improving employee attraction, retention and engagement and keeping overall real estate costs low. A different approach to workplace can fuel employee ambition to drive business performance.

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THE COST OF A STRUGGLING WORK ENVIRONMENT

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$300 Billion

Annual cost of job stress to American companies

$650 Billion

The cost of work-related stress in Europe

$1.1 Trillion

How much chronic diseases cost U.S. employers yearly

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