Myles Ruffy, Group Real Estate Director at Charles Taylor, talks to Insurance Post on how office space is constantly adapting to meet employees’ expectations.
Insurers are reshaping the square footage they occupy in the Square Mile.
Far from making office life a feature of the past, Covid seems to have accelerated a deep transformation.
With new working patterns, the race to net zero, Gen Z’s expectation and the overall need to provide employees with an inspiring and comfortable environment, insurers’ office space has become a real competitive advantage, fully aligned with environmental, social and governance considerations.
“It is essential to offer employees an atmosphere and comfort which is superior to what they have at home” explains Myles Ruffy, Group Real Estate Director at Charles Taylor, in a future-focused article in Insurance Post. “We will continue to monitor constantly evolving working practices and how our spaces are being used and will adapt to that pace of change. In my job, we never stand still.”