The UnWork Series: UnMeasured: Top Ten Takeaways

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This week’s instalment of the UnWork Series was based around the theme of ‘Unmeasured’. With people – for the most part – now reporting that they’d like to retain some of their current flexibility and autonomy, the forced adoption of mass home working seems likely to impact how and where we work on a longer-term basis. With occupancy levels in organisational space often low even pre-COVID, this makes understanding how businesses use their space more important than ever. However, buildings are arguably one of the worst-measured asset classes that there are.

Luke Bailey and Sasha Tinson from UnWork were joined by Nathan Lonsdale and Matt Dew from sense_ to discuss the evolving role and potential of sensor technology in assessing workplace use and performance. Here are the top ten takeaways from the discussion:

Reducing occupancy levels: Pre-Covid, workplace occupancy levels could typically be as low as 60%. The group predicted that this could drop as low as 50% if companies adopt greater levels of remote working in response to employee demands.

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