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DEC 2017

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Workplace focus increasingly turns to employee engagement Workplace strategies to reduce costs are important, but focus is turning to the workplace as a tool for creating ideal employee experiences. consider five workplace adjustments you can make for a happier, healthier, and more engaged workforce. saving money takes smart next-office-space strategies. Here are five. moving? remodeling? You want to save money on this change, but you want an appealing, comfortable and productive new workplace. here are five fit-out strategies that can create harmony between these seemingly disparate goals. onsite garden benefits urban employees in multiple ways Vf outdoor, the company behind some recognizable outdoor retail brands, teamed up with california's largest urban-farming company to bring fresh veggies to the café located on its leed platinum campus. one side benefit: reduced employee stress levels. dunn is Corporate real estate executive of the Year creating value by right-sizing what resulted from the merger of two large real estate portfolios is just one achievement that landed stephen dunn, director of Workplace for csra, corenet Global's top annual honor. Change involves risk. How do you make both easier to tackle? When you face change, you face fear and other typically unwelcomed obstacles. By taking thoughtful, intelligent and measured risks – with your team's input – you stand to gain long-lasting immunity from the perceived negative effects of change. Carbonell forges path for young corporate real estate leaders as executive director with kmc savills, rosario carbonell, mcr, has been instrumental in helping the company prosper financially and in terms of its relationship with clients and employees alike. this, and her strong commitment to tomorrow's cre talent, landed her the win as corenet Global's Young leader of the Year. Chevron selects a new facility-management model chevron approached overhauling its facility management with an impressive list of must- haves: scalability, reliability, and fewer contract service providers, plus increased safety and opportunity for standardization with improved efficiency at a reduced cost. here's its report-out. featUres 12 16 20 22 32 38 42 TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 DECEMBER 2017 thE lEaDER

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