As many people are experiencing, we are in the dog days of summer. We can’t think of a better time for property managers to bring their building community together to show some tenant appreciation. To help, we have compiled a list of 7 fun tips to encourage engagement and Tenant Experience in your building community while summer is still here.
The role of the office has significantly evolved over the last few years, and building owners have had to adapt to create spaces that tenants want to work in. Office buildings need to feel just as comfortable as working from home, but offer a sense of community and collaboration that cannot be achieved through remote work. Amenities are key to fostering this unique tenant experience that will draw workers to the office, but must also evolve to address the changing role of the workplace.
When the team at HILO is not listening to our own TEN podcast, these are some of our faves.
At HILO, we value and celebrate diversity and inclusion 365 days a year. Connection and belonging are at the heart of our company values, and people are our most valuable assets. From our own team to our vast network of our Workplace Engagement Platform users, partners and supporters, HILO prides itself on being an inclusive community that puts people first and celebrates differences. We recognize the importance of Pride Month to show our unwavering support of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as to encourage workplaces to foster diverse and inclusive environments.
With Earth Month in full swing and Earth Day right around the corner on April 22, our team at HILO has put together a list of resources and ideas to inspire your building community.
May is Mental Health Month, and our team at HILO recognizes the importance of mental health in all aspects of life. Prioritizing mental well-being in the workplace can have a positive impact on organizational success, productivity and employee health, whether your tenants are back in the office, virtual or a mix of both. We have compiled a list of resources to educate and motivate your building community to create mentally healthy and supportive work environments.
Love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and it’s not too late to plan a celebration for your building community. Recognizing that tenants are at work, at home or anywhere in between, there are still a variety of tenant appreciation activities that can connect you with them wherever they are.
The demographics of the workforce are changing. According to the World Economic Forum, by 2025, Generation Z will make up about 27% of the workforce, with millennials already making up 37% of the working population today. These younger generations want a lot more out of their careers than good pay, and are on track to change the workplace as we know it.
Over the past two years, we’ve seen a big push to support local small businesses, many of which have struggled to keep their doors open throughout the pandemic. Supporting small businesses has long-term benefits for both property managers and the local neighborhood. On Small Business Saturday, contribute to your community’s economic growth by bringing your building community together to shop locally.
Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting and celebrating the small businesses in your neighborhood. Taking place every year on the Saturday after American Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday is an opportunity to boost your local economy by going out and shopping at your local stores.
The Tenant Experience Network Podcast has wrapped up its second season of thought-provoking conversations with leading CRE professionals and industry experts that each had something to say about experience in the built world, and the impact that technology is having on the largest asset class in the world, commercial real estate. Hosted by HILO’s Co-founder & CEO, David Abrams, each episode covered topics that matter now more than ever, including prioritizing the human experience, flexible working solutions, designing healthy and sustainable spaces, best practices for building culture and community, emerging technologies, and the future of buildings in a post-pandemic world.