For all office landlords’ fears of a realigned workplace that incorporates WFH and other post-pandemic strategies, it does not appear that most companies are adapting corporate workspaces to meet these future trends, at least according to new research from occupancy and analytics provider Locatee shows. 

The firm based its findings on interviews with corporate real estate managers across the US and says that most companies are being held back by “outdated” real estate strategies. Firms are conservatively upgrading workspaces, the report says, and companies are typically sticking with their existing configurations of assigned desks over hot desks, coworking, or shared spaces. Around 62% of CRE managers are planning to continue to use assigned workspaces, compared with 4% who plan to use activity-based spaces.  

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