A smart way to get back to work

The task of commercial real estate is to help tenants entice the workforce back into cities by providing better spaces. Succeeding at this will involve reimagining our relationship with buildings – making them more inspirational, sustainable, cost-efficient and future-proofed. To achieve this, our buildings need to be smart. The working from home phenomenon has seen

Smart building technology solves the complexity conundrum

Smart building technology is expanding its footprint. But one area that’s been stubbornly challenging is multi-family residential buildings, with owners expressing particular concerns about cost and complexity of the existing solutions. Connectivity is a major issue too, particularly when site-wide Internet access isn’t a given. READ MORE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE HERE

Bringing Unionized Employees Back to Work Safely and Economically

Companies with union employees returning to the workplace will need to navigate the negotiation process while ensuring safety and economic viability. Venable LLP attorneys say the keys to success include using collective bargaining agreement provisions that allow for unilateral action and offering alternatives to scheduled wage and benefit increases. READ MORE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE

IoT in Smart Buildings Market Next Big Thing

The Latest Released COVID-19 Outbreak- IoT in Smart Buildings market study has evaluated the future growth potential of COVID-19 Outbreak-Global IoT in Smart Buildings market and provides information and useful stats on market structure and size. The report is intended to provide market intelligence and strategic insights to help decision makers take sound investment decisions and identify

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