A new survey of 1,000+ U.S. office workers shows a changing relationship with the office and what that means for the future of work.
Office designers, in turn, have increasingly focused on providing common areas for socializing, open office plans for collaboration and engaging amenities and services in today's workspaces.
But in a new study of 1,000+ U.S. office workers, we discovered these workplace perks are falling flat with employees. Overwhelmingly, people say employers are failing to provide the basic functional features they need to do their jobs effectively and instead prioritizing fun amenities and services that end up being distracting and counterproductive.
We have identified the key things employees truly want from their workplace — and five ways employers can leverage workplace design and perks to help attract and retain talent, improve productivity and turn the office into a better place to work.
Professionals Prioritize Productivity
And Productivity-Boosting Workplace Perks
In today’s job market, people have options when it comes to choosing where they work — and they’re more likely to choose companies that focus on building productive workspaces.
Fulfillment is Tied to Performance
And Employers that Invest in the Workplace
People appreciate employers that offer fun workplace perks but place a far higher value on the functional must-haves they need to be productive and find professional fulfillment.
Three Key Takeaways