Tag: Labor

March 26, 2013 Off

Current Trends in Office Space

By Chris

Companies expect more from open-plan offices – more teamwork, productivity, and satisfaction. Do they get it? Read more in my post on the trends of moving toward and open-plan and shared spaces and how it mimics what corporations are doing with their office space. Is it a trend or the new standard, see what is involved in that decision…

September 6, 2012 Off

US Economic & CRE Outlook Webcast: A Big Fat Pause in the Recovery

By Chris

Cassidy Turley’s Chief Economist Kevin Thorpe recently spoke on a company webcast. Mr. Thorpe covered Cassidy Turley’s perspective on the U.S. Economic & CRE Outlook. The presentation was titled, “A Big Fat Pause in the Recovery.” In this post, I summarize what was covered and provide a link for you to listen to the presentation.

August 17, 2011 Off

Hunker Down or Move Ahead?

By Chris

With the volatility in the stock market last week, many of us are wondering what’s next. I’ve been writing about the increase in jobs in the economy and the venture capital boom as fundamentals pointing toward a slow but steady climb out of the recession. What should we do then with the downgrade of our U.S. credit rating and wild stock market activity last week? Should we hunker down and stop spending altogether or continue to move forward making business decisions as wisely as we can?

June 15, 2011 Off

Will the Labor Market Affect Your Rent?

By Chris

Depending on where you are located, you may see rent increases as the labor markets begin to tighten. Our latest Cassidy Turley Employment Tracker 2011 presents the following data:
– The Top 5 Job Producing Metros
– An Employment Picture showing change in employment across the U.S.
– Regional Job Market Summaries across the country