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We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Workplace Management

Increasingly global competition, the war for talents, the introduction of new technologies, and the greater focus on sustainability – among other factors – are changing how companies plan for and develop their workplace strategies and how our industry develops services to support them.
Today, workplaces need to be increasingly global, smart, collaborative and sustainable to facilitate the ever-changing competitive requirements, raise their attractiveness to new generations of workers and reduce their environmental impact.

To suit the new ways of working, the understanding of a workplace must also extend beyond physical office walls and include workspaces at home and at third places.  Enabled by technology, employees must be suited to work from anywhere at any time without experiencing disruptions in productivity and performance.

Most workplaces, however are not designed to efficiently and effectively evolve as the dynamics of core organisations’ business change. Many organizations also struggle to develop the right workplaces strategies to reflect their brand and empower their organizational culture. 
To develop resilient workplace management strategies for the new ways of working, organizations and business managers must:
  • Develop more efficient and less disruptive workplace reconfigurations
  • Create seamless organizations that provide similar experiences virtually and physically
  • Consider how to design a workplace that complements a diverse workforce
  • Develop workplace solutions and services that ensures productivity and wellbeing of employees

As a decisive and vigilant actor, ISS will remain a market leader in developing new workplace concepts, tools, technologies and solutions for these challenges in collaboration with our customers and partners. To continue to provide world-class service through 2020 and beyond, ISS will continue to work with customers to help ensure that their workplaces continue to support their organizational goals, brands and cultures, given their competitive contexts.