Watch as our Phoenix office embraces a new way of working through Workplace360, CBRE’s global workplace initiative designed to promote flexibility, mobility and productivity through tech-enabled, 100-percent free-address and paperless offices. Spread across three floors of Building IV at The Esplanade in Phoenix, the new 75,000-square-foot space is leading the way in terms of workplace strategies that impact employee performance, productivity and talent recruitment.
CBRE recently opened its new Workplace360 office in Oak Brook. This video, a first in a three-part series, highlights the journey of how we consolidated multiple offices into a more efficient and cutting-edge space.
Watch how CBRE’s Downtown San Diego office has evolved by focusing on the employee experience in an environment that enhances efficiencies and encourages collaboration. CBRE’s Workplace Strategy doesn’t just cater to the big office users. Their strategies are scalable and help create an environment that will attract and retain a talented workforce.
Several years ago, our Global Real Estate and Facilities team came to the realization that over the next few years nearly 40% of all CBRE corporate office leases were set to expire. If there was ever an opportunity to think differently about the space that we occupied, now was the time.
CBRE transformed a vacant Masonic Temple in Glendale, California, into a state-of-the-art Workplace360 office. Learn how adaptive reuse, the second shift and workplace evolution came together to create the office of the future in our new video.
CBRE, in partnership with CoreNet Global, recently conducted a survey to query Corporate Real Estate (CRE) executives on the development of health and wellness initiatives in their respective corporations.
According to the results, the importance of employee health and wellness is rising in the workplace: 89 percent of the organizations responding reported giving some level of attention to the growing trend.
Carson Erard, Senior Associate Workplace Strategy at CBRE
Clients often ask us “What does the future of workplace look like?” While there is no one answer to this question, at CBRE we have been exploring our own “future” workplace for nearly three years. The program we call Workplace360 is a dynamic and holistic approach to workplace strategy that allows us to iterate on past successes and experiment with different overlays such as service, wellbeing and technology.
When CBRE Chicago was hiring a Business Services Clerk for its new Workplace360 conference space, local leaders knew they needed someone with a friendly smile and an eye for detail—and when they met Stephen, they knew they found the right person for the job.
Stephen was referred to CBRE by Aspire, a nonprofit dedicated to creating inclusive communities for people with disabilities. Aspire Careers, one of the four main focuses of Aspire, is dedicated to connecting with corporate partners to employ people like Stephen.