Which Workplace Metrics Matter Most to You?

An employee works from her standing desk at the D.C. office of law firm McDermott Will & Emery. Photo by Michael Moran of Moran Photography.
An employee works from her standing desk at the D.C. office of law firm McDermott Will & Emery. Photo by Michael Moran of Moran Photography.

As the workplace changes and the market shifts to more flexible types of space, we would like to know which measures represent the most value to you. The questions in the survey below will help us to determine which ideas and metrics are most important to businesses today, and in turn, will inform what type of information we’ll be capturing and reporting in Work Design Magazine in 2015.

Additionally, we welcome any comments, suggestions, thoughts, or ideas that you might have. Please send an email to bob.fox@workdesign.com. Thanks for taking the time to share your insights!

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