Welfare in the Workplace

Contributors

Justin Hildebrandt
Managing Director, Development

Karen Martinus
Associate, Research

May 2019

Introduction

The availability of labour is a critical component of logistics supply chains.

The last edition of our Insight report looked at the labour requirements facing many of our customers and the importance of securing access to a pipeline of talent.

In this issue, we focus on the well-being of employees inside warehouses, given that labour is central to the functioning of our customers business.

The welfare of those employed and working within our developments is a major influence on the way in which we design, develop and deliver our buildings.

For any employee to flourish they need to be in comfortable and vibrant surroundings – our buildings are where we look to provide facilities to help individuals enjoy and work to their maximum potential.

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