Occupiers are putting employee wellness firmly at the centre of their business strategies. We examine the potential benefits and assess the likely longevity of this movement.
Wellness. Wellbeing. Healthy. Words that ten or even as recently as five years ago were rarely used in the context of real estate. Fast forward to 2018 and – along with technology and innovation -- the wellness agenda is taking centre-stage. Occupiers are starting to place employee wellness at the centre of their business strategies and at the same time the real estate industry is eager to demonstrate the benefits of healthy buildings.
January 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ - CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBRE) announced that it was the top-ranked real estate companyon Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Company roster as the company made the prestigious ranking for the seventh consecutive year. Fortune defines the real estate industry broadly to include commercial real estate service providers, property owners, hotel and health care facility operators, residential firms and others.
Action for Children became CBRE’s new UK charity partner, after a UK-wide vote in February 2018. Action for Children is a truly inspiring charity that helps thousands of disadvantaged children across the UK.
Over the next two years, our aim is to work with Action for Children to build, safe, stable homes for more than 700 children and their parents in the care system.
Our plan is to raise £500,000 by February 2020. These funds will help Action for Children to:
By 2010, Kansas City’s underground infrastructure was faced with a challenge. Its sewer systems were outdated—the 1,060 miles of pipe in the combined sewer system dated back to 1857, which, to put in perspective, is four years prior to the start of the Civil War.