Advanced Energy Jobs On The Rise, Training In Demand
A workforce analysis published by Advanced Energy Economy in partnership with The Burning Glass Institute provides a look at the talent needed to power rapid growth in this sector.
Is Inflation Affecting Corporate Real Estate Decisions?
The high inflationary environment is having an impact on corporate real estate decision making, finds a new survey from CoreNet Global.
Would Your City Survive A Zombie Apocalypse?
Site selection takes on a new twist when the odds of surviving a zombie apocalypse are among your criteria for choosing a location.
Companies Choosing High Quality Offices In Response To Hybrid Work
Companies are choosing high quality offices to encourage employees to work from the office and be their most productive when there, according to CBRE analysis.
What Are Companies’ Hiring Plans For The Rest Of 2022?
Nearly half of U.S. companies intend to add staff in second half of the year: 46% are hiring for new roles; 45% will bring in more contract talent.
NAIOP Report: Class A Office Space Back In Demand
After shock of the pandemic, NAIOP research report sees demand for Class A space contributing to stabilization of office market occupancy.
San Antonio Is Serious About Tech
Over the years San Antonio, TX has been known for many things but technology wasn’t necessarily one of them — until recently, that is.
Los Angeles Tops EPA Cities For ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings
District of Columbia, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Dallas round out top five, cutting energy costs while increasing efficiency, reducing emissions.
Illinois Led U.S. Green Building Council’s Top 10 States For LEED In 2021
Illinois once again topped the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) annual ranking of the Top 10 States for LEED in 2021, demonstrating leadership in green building.
Moving Trends: Was 2021 The Year Of The Great Relocation?
HireAHelper migration study reveals 2021 United States moving trends during another year disrupted by COVID-19.
Pay, Burnout, Stalled Career Growth Driving The Great Resignation
Employee resignations are at an all-time high as nearly 40 million U.S. workers resigned during 2021 as part of "The Great Resignation."
For First Time, San Francisco Lands Top Spot In Clean Energy Rankings
San Francisco took top honors in ACEEE's 2021 City Clean Energy Scorecard, followed by Seattle; Washington, DC; Minneapolis; and Boston and New York.
Majority Of U.S. Executives Don’t Plan To Downsize Office Space
Over the next year, 53% of executives don't intend to decrease their office size, 10% plan to increase their space, 25% are undecided, and only 12% will downsize.
Global Real Estate CEOs Plan For Industry Transformation
A new World Economic Forum report maps how the real estate industry can transform to ensure buildings and cities are liveable, sustainable, resilient, and affordable.
Tech Companies Will Maintain Or Increase Remote Workforce In 2021
COVID-19 forced businesses to create a remote workforce, and the change may be permanent, according to a new report from Velocity Global.
Top Five Site Selection Predictions For 2021
A survey of Site Selectors Guild members reveals the key trends impacting corporate location decisions in a wide range of industries in the U.S. and around the world.
Many Workers Want Workplaces To Stay Closed Until Vaccines Available
More than half of workers say employers should offer vaccine incentives, 42 percent say employers should delay re-opening, finds new Eagle Hill research.
Massachusetts Ranked Tops For LEED Green Building
2020 revealed the importance of healthy, green buildings in supporting people and communities, according USGBC's Top 10 States for LEED Green Building.
Employee Workplace Needs Differ Dramatically By Generation
While Millennials prioritize better hardware, Gen X wants more flexible work schedules to care for their families and Baby Boomers want a raise, finds the Nintex Workplace 2021 Study.
Will Workers Resign Due To Handling Of COVID-19 Pandemic?
Two in five office workers plan to resign and find a new job based on how their company handled the COVID-19 pandemic, reveals a new survey.