Great Adaptations – 2023 Workplace Futures Survey report also reveals the specific features people want most from their place of work in 2023.
In a nod to a preference for convenience and wellbeing, grocery stores and green open spaces near workplaces have emerged as primary incentives drawing individuals back to the office. The availability of free food and convenient access to public transport also ranks highly, revealing a close alignment with employees’ desire to curb expenditure amid the rising cost of living.
IMAGE: Suncorp Headquarters, Brisbane, Australia. Photography by David Chatfield.
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