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Future of commercial real estate in Calgary.

Posted on 5 December 2016
Future of commercial real estate in Calgary.

Considering the present economic situation in the city, one might be tempted to jump into conclusion that the market for commercial real estate leasing will decline in 2017 but that is not likely to be so

considering a more than 30% increase in ecommerce activities and the fact that space utilization will increase as a result and a growth in the small business and distribution. 

The global oil price is gradually picking up and abandon projects are been brought back to life ..

 

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How to hire a commercial property management company

Posted on 4 December 2016
How to hire a commercial property management company
It is recommended that a property owner and attorney carefully review any management agreement prior to engaging a property management company. The property management company selected will undoubtedly have a standard form of management agreement. It is advisable to compare it to other sample forms such as this one and use qualified legal counsel to select a form of agreement that meets the particular requirements of a specific rental housing propertyincluding income and rent restrictionsand describes management policies that comply with applicable federal, state and local laws.

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Work life balance in property management

Posted on 1 December 2016
Work life balance in property management
Flexible work schedules is one of the most valued job perks among managers and employees in Canadian companies, and many feel that they are able balance personal and professional priorities.

In a recent OfficeTeam survey, more than 300 senior managers at Canadian companies with 20 or more employees, and more than 300 Canadian workers 18 years of age or older, specifically in office environments, answered the question: "How supportive is your company of its employees' efforts to achieve work-life balance?"

More than one-third of senior managers (34 per cent) said their company is "very supportive" of its employees' efforts to achieve work-life balance, and 30 per cent of staff agree. Still, 62 per cent of managers and 49 per cent of workers feel their companies are "somewhat supportive."

"Standards of work-life balance and health benefits are evolving, and companies need to recognize the changing expectations of their employees," notes Koula Vasilopoulos, district president for OfficeTeam. "Balancing personal and professional demands are a challenge and have increasingly become a priority for today's workforce."

Besides flexible work schedules, which topped the list of valued job perks at 42 per cent, generous vacation time or sabbaticals was also highly favoured among 21 per cent of respondents. Among the most common work-life benefits, 46 per cent of respondents said their company offers paid parental leave, while 37 per cent reported having options for flexible schedules.

On the health and wellbeing front, employees said they most value ergonomic evaluations and equipment, such as standing desks (26 per cent), and access to fitness facilities or programs (25 per cent). Yet, while seven per cent of employees said they want more wellness tools, only 32 per cent of the companies said they offer such resources.
 

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Future of commercial real estate in Calgary.

Posted on 5 December 2016
Future of commercial real estate in Calgary.
Considering the present economic situation in the city, one might be ...
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