Future of Work
Survey 2022

Five critical challenges ahead for real estate 

Corporate real estate leaders are thinking strategically about the long-term transformation of their real estate portfolios to succeed in a post-pandemic world. Insights from our latest survey of over 1,000 CRE decision-makers across the globe suggest that the period from 2022 to 2025 will represent a crucial window of opportunity for organizations to redefine their workplace strategies and to create flexible, tech-enabled, future-proof real estate portfolios.

The role of real estate is changing, and our latest research identifies the five critical areas that organizations will need to consider to shape a sustainable, resilient and inclusive future of work.

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Let’s shape the future of work

Ideas, research and solutions to address the tough questions facing business leaders today.

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Dr. Marie Puybaraud
Global Head of Research, JLL Work Dynamics
Richa Walia
Director of Research, EMEA, JLL Work Dynamics
Flore Pradère
Research Director, JLL Work Dynamics
Tom Carroll
Head of Research & Strategy, EMEA, JLL Work Dynamics
Amber Schiada
Head of Research, Americas, JLL Work Dynamics
James Taylor
Head of Research, Asia Pacific, JLL Work Dynamics