Turn this crisis into an opportunity for change!
The COVID-19 health crisis is shaking up our lifestyles, consumption and work habits and is prompting us to re-evaluate our priorities as individuals and as a company. It is up to us to turn this crisis into an opportunity for change! Issues considered to be under control are at the top of the list of questions put to managers: hygiene, prevention and health, organisation of activity and remote working / work from home / team work, reconciling employee commitment with their role as parents, respect for individual freedoms...
DIRECTEUR(TRICE) DE DEPARTEMENT
With 25 years of expertise in supporting companies threw the transformation of their working environments in line with their strategic challenges (human and business), Frédérique currently manages the Workplace consulting, Change management and R&D activities of Colliers International France. Its missions consist in advising companies on all aspects of a work environment project.
Initially trained in change management, marketing and support after her first years of professional life in the communication field, Frédérique then worked on working environments transformation projects in France. Through these experiences, she developed a holistic approach to companies by focusing on their culture, changing working methods challenges, economic context and field of activity, and by designing working environments specific to each of her clients.
Colliers' vocation is to support companies and their employees until the economic recovery. The aim is to give management and managers the right tools to adapt to the deconfinement, and finally to enable a better appropriation of the challenges of changing work methods, with a hybrid approach, as well as better collaboration around the transformation of working environments.
We offer services and support to occupiers and tenants and public sector.
Our offers integrate 3 principles of action:
- moderation: reduction of real estate costs, reuse/recycling of disused real estate, equipment and furniture, new consumption behaviours and limiting travel.
- employee and collective commitment: based on collaborative, managerial and digital practices that allow for work of equal quality both face-to-face and remotely, freedom of choice, co-construction of life rules, employee confidence in the company's ability to ensure their health and safety.
- responsibility: a 100% responsible working environment (uses, behaviours, energy consumption, travel, virtuous purchases, services).
51% of respondents feel that work from home has no impact on their productivity and 27% feel that it has increased.
GLOBAL SURVEY "WORK FROM HOME", COLLIERS EMEA, MARCH-JUNE 2020
Our offers designed for you
HWoW, tomorrow's way of working
What kind of workplace for tomorrow?
If people can be effective working from home, then what is the purpose of the office? How can we leverage our real estate and workplace to best support our organisational and cultural goals? In early 2020, our global Workplace Advisory team launched the first global ‘Work from Home’ experience survey, engaging over 5,000 respondents in 25 countries across 18 sectors. The survey measured the respondents’ experience of working from home plus the levels of desire to work from home after COVID-19. The core aim of the survey was to collect data in order to improve the ‘work from home experience’ and identify potential medium and long-term impacts.