The coronavirus pandemic significantly affected not only the functioning of society as a whole, but also changed the current rhythm in office centers. With the introduction of work from home, many companies now face a new challenge in dealing with office space. The winners will be those who adopt a flexible model: this means that they will have an immediate transition to the online environment and will be able to react quickly and without significant losses to unpredictable situations. At the same time, however, they must not lose the irreplaceable function of the office - its social aspect. CBRE, a world leader in commercial real estate services, presents areas that are recommended for offices to focus on. They also advise on how best to incorporate change into the operation of companies.
With effect from January 2021, IMMOFINANZ has entrusted the international real estate consulting company Savills with the exclusive management of its portfolio of seven office buildings in Prague. The total floor area of the assets is approximately 123,000 square meters.
Even tradition sometimes needs a new coat. Becherovka, which has been produced according to the same recipe for more than 200 years, has new offices. The original background in indistinct colors ceased to meet the requirements of the company and the employees moved to modern premises in the Stromovka Center in Holešovice, Prague. The offices will feature colorful meeting rooms styled according to Becherovka, Jameson, Beefeater or Havana Club spirits, as well as its own bar.
According to the latest Flex Forward report from global real estate consultant Colliers International, European markets with a low level of existing flexible workspace saw the largest increase in new flexible operations in the first half of 2020.
THERE WAS A TIME when a good salary and health care plan were enough to attract almost any employee. But in today’s ultracompetitive recruiting environment, top talent often seek benefits that go beyond monetary compensation.
According to global property adviser Cushman & Wakefield, the outlook is generally positive in the Central European office markets of Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Poland and Slovakia. Three out of the five markets are anticipating rental growth over the next three years (Bratislava, Budapest and Prague).
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