New Delhi: Leading international real estate consultants JLL India released the report, ‘Workplace Powered by Human Experience – an India perspective’ in association with the Confederation Indian Industries (CII) at the Facilities Management Conclave 2017, today.
Commenting on the report findings, Sandeep Sethi, Managing Director – Integrated Facilities Management, West Asia JLL India says, “Workplaces today are constantly evolving to deliver an authentic human experience to employees. However, Indian employees want more than just a functional workspace – creative, inspiring office spaces are a significant factor that now drives employee engagement in the country. Through this research, we have looked at the evolution of the Indian workplace and examined the trends that influence how office spaces are being used to empower the workforce of the future.”
The report reveals:
The report closely examines the increasing importance of human experience as a key differentiator driving employee engagement, empowerment and fulfilment at work. It looks at various office parameters like density in offices, mobility within offices, employee engagement, innovation at workplace and enthusiasm for workplace change.
The report also highlights the changes that are desired in workplaces across countries, including India. More than 7000 respondents across 12 countries participated in the worldwide survey.
Indian employees name creativity, happiness, and personal learning and development as the top three contributors to unique workplace experiences. Levels of employee engagement and workplace effectiveness are higher in India than any other country surveyed.
Click here to download the report ‘Workplace Powered by Human Experience – an India perspective’
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