When you’re trying to save money on office space, what’s on your short list of considerations? A cheaper neighborhood? A different building? Fitting more people into less space?
An office with lower rental rates might save you a few dollars per square foot, and squeezing people together will reduce spend on the surface. But what if that cheaper office on paper is really more expensive because of its negative impact on employee engagement, health and wellbeing?
We’ve found a better way to evaluate your building’s true cost and value indicator: Productivity potential.
This paper will help you understand what your office is really costing you, and how the right space will enhance employee performance—and improve your bottom line.