Global recruitment – how to get it right

finding the right candidates for specialised roles can be a complex process at the best of times, let alone with the challenges of language barriers, differences in international qualifications and lack of local contacts being added to the hiring process.

How tech freelancers are breaking down barriers in developing economies

More and more, companies in the US, Australia and the UK are outsourcing digital work to freelancers in developing countries.

What’s top of mind for corporate real estate in 2019?

Flex isn’t just co-working, and it’s evolving rapidly. Companies both large and small are increasingly implementing new space concepts and flex models whilst also reimagining their existing workplace to be more agile and dynamic.

Using airport lounges to make flying more productive

Armed with a laptop, mobile phone and a good Wi-Fi connection, many entrepreneurs can run their businesses and report into teams remotely, from wherever they are in the world – be it by a pool, on a beach or in a coffee shop.

Flexible working to cope with the summer heat

With temperatures in Europe and Asia set to hit the highest ever recorded this summer, there’s increased awareness of the need for more flexibility when weather conditions reach extremes.

Before You Buy try to Rent

Simply inspecting the property at the site or show unit is not enough to really tell what the real living experience will be.

How flexspace is transforming worn-out buildings and benefitting local businesses

According to real estate consultant JLL, by 2030, 30% of total global real estate will be flexible office space.

Asia Pacific’s real estate returns in a multi-currency landscape

On a three-year time horizon, JLL forecasts the highest annual total returns denominated in local currency to come from Singapore (12% p.a.), followed by Tier 1 cities in China and India.