CoreNet Global Summit, Shanghai 2017
Shanghai | 21-23 March 2017 | Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai

Employees and the Experience Economy

23 March 2017 | 9:00 - 10:00

Employees and the Experience Economy

Recruiting and retaining top talent with a focus on engagement and productivity remains a top challenge across all industries. In the experience economy, creating a compelling place for people to work and thrive has moved to the top of the CEO agenda. The workplace is the new frontier of real estate transformation and insightful workplace strategy solutions can yield tremendous value in solving business challenges, not just real estate problems. In line with this need, Cushman & Wakefield developed a way to measure the value of workplace experience: Experience Per Square Foot. This new measurement, EPS2, scores the employee experience in the workplace, identifying the drivers and areas of improvement that deliver bottom line benefits. This calculation measures more than 60 elements across four key experience drivers: Physical, Mental, Purpose and Emotional. These core elements are then mapped to strategies that align and integrate employee experience in the workplace, driving further benefits to businesses. Join this timely session which will examine the benefits and challenges associated with aligning employee experience within the experience economy. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover how the experience economy has translated into new workplace practices focused on designing and measuring employee experiences. 
  • Learn about the new Experience per Square Foot score and how experiences are measured and connected to real estate KPI’s to provide the first integrated workplace experience measurement tool.
  • Understand how clients approach experiences and learn where the new sourcing requests come from.