Many organizations have embraced a hybrid work model where workers spend some days working at home and other days in the office. And most governments around the world have committed to Net Zero global CO2 emissions by 2050. Building operations are responsible for around 27% of annual global CO2 emissions, with transportation adding another 25%.
Organizations can make a profound impact for climate and environmental goals by improving the efficiency of commercial spaces. Hybrid work positively impacts these goals by providing opportunities to net more efficient real estate utilization, lower facility costs, and improved sustainability.
In this webcast we’ll share best practices, trends in workplace analytics, and real-life examples of optimizing hybrid workplace efficiency to improve sustainability.
- How understanding your space utilization enables improvements in efficiency and real estate optimization
- How hybrid work directly impacts sustainability, improves building efficiency and lowers costs
- How efficiency gains begin with gathering and analyzing data