Frankfurt, July 6th – Cushman & Wakefield is now collaborating with the consulting company workingwell in the fields of workplace strategy and change management, thereby comprehensively expanding its range of services. Using their joint consulting expertise, the companies develop modern workplace concepts that focus on the human factor and promote flexible, activity-related work. The right workplace strategy can significantly improve the well-being and satisfaction of employees, increase productivity in the company and has a significant impact on the company's long-term success. In close cooperation with its customers, Cushman & Wakefield develops individual concepts to fully exploit the potential of the working world.
"Well-being at work has become a crucial factor in the struggle to acquire and retain highly qualified personnel, and with workingwell we have gained a partner with a high level of expertise in workplace strategy. With our joint range of services, we help companies to make their working environment sustainable, "says Dr Michael Thiele, International Partner and Head of Global Occupation Services Germany at Cushman & Wakefield.
Axel Praus from workingwell: "Through this partnership we are integrated into the international Cushman & Wakefield Competence Center, providing access to global benchmarks and best practice, and allowing us to offer our full-service consulting services in other global locations. In addition, our clients benefit from Cushman & Wakefield's comprehensive real estate services portfolio."
workingwell is a consulting firm for workplace strategy based in Munich. The company was founded in 2017 and has offices in Munich, Cologne and Winterthur (Switzerland). CEO and founder Axel Praus and the 20-member team have many years of experience and consulting expertise in the areas of workplace strategy, workplace and organizational analysis, interior design, planning and implementation, change management and workplace technology. workingwell stands for workplace concepts that combine all s aspects to increase well-being and productivity in the workplace in a single service package. Further information is available at w-well.de.