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How to manage tech talent in the new reality

How to manage tech talent in the new reality

In 2021, the lack of a comprehensive skills management strategy can cost you a lot of money. Statistically, roughly one in every ten specialists in your tech team will leave (see:1). You will lose several projects to your competitors because of a failure to provide the right tech skills at the right time. You will spend up to 60,000 USD per new IT hire (see:2), to get the appropriate skills on board. You will also have to develop reskilling/upskilling strategies without a deeper understanding of people’s actual capabilities. Sounds familiar? You can ease some of these pains with Talent Analytics and the Human Cloud.

More offices available for subleasing

WARSAW, 10 December 2020 r.– The ongoing pandemic has dramatically changed market conditions in Poland’s office market. This is reflected in the changing lease structure, where more than half of the contracts signed this year are lease renewals, there is both less space under construction and a sharp increase in the number of offices available for subleasing. An especially interesting trend is the growing number of square meters available for potential subtenants. According to data from JLL, in November the office sublease offer already totalled 240,000 sqm, half of which was located in Warsaw.

FLEXellent working: JLL and Skanska present their latest report on flexible spaces across the CEE region

FLEXellent working: JLL and Skanska present their latest report on flexible spaces across the CEE region

WARSAW, 19 November 2020** - With a global average growth rate of 25% since 2014, the flexible space sector has become a key component of the office market in many cities. However, Q4 2019 saw reduction on leasing activity, and this downward trend has further intensified as the global pandemic worsened. However, interest in more agile real estate solutions will mean that the market will increasingly turn to flexible spaces, according to the latest report by JLL Poland and Skanska, “FLEXcellent Working”

A diverse pool of tenants offers Wrocław office market a chance to rebound

A diverse pool of tenants offers Wrocław office market a chance to rebound

WROCŁAW, 28 September 2020 – According to the latest JLL report, "Wrocław 2020", in the first half of the year, companies leased over 60,000 sqm of space in the city’s office market. Although this result significantly exceeded 2019’s results, tenants are more cautious in the second half of the year and have put their expansion plans on hold. However, an expected influx of investments from the service sector and, the dynamic development of R&D centres, IT centres and gaming industry brings with it the promise of a market rebound.


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