The transition out of a state of pandemic has been particularly complex for facility managers. As building occupants rejoin their colleagues at their places of work, many landlords have been charged with optimizing the operational performance of their buildings to give peace of mind to their tenants. Simultaneously, organizations across the country are struggling to retain employees, which creates pressure for employers to increase compensation and benefits as well as improve the work environment for their employees. With Americans spending about 90 percent of their time indoors, it could be beneficial to employees to know the facilities they work in are striving to support their well-being. Providing environmental improvements that support the health and well-being of occupants can also benefit facility managers and building owners by helping to improve tenant retention.
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