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Report: CoreNet Global and FPL 2016 End User Compensation Survey (survey report) Members Only

As a service to its Corporate Occupiers (End User members), CoreNet Global is pleased to present the 2016 CoreNet Global End User Compensation Survey. Sponsored by CoreNet Global and conducted by FPL Associates L.P., this survey is designed to provide internal corporate real estate (CRE) organization professionals with competitive compensation levels and current information regarding the design, features, and administration of compensation programs.

In particular, this report provides information for three major facets of compensation: base salary (2016), annual incentive (cash bonus) award value (for calendar/fiscal year 2015), and long-term incentive award value (for calendar/fiscal year 2015) for 10 positions commonly found in internal CRE organizations.

This year’s survey received responses from 141 End User members, representing 129 organizations. We extend our sincere appreciation to all participants for providing valuable information.





Article: Spotlight on lease accounting: Act now on new FASB standards Members Only
On February 25, 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) released Topic 842, which defines the new standard that requires that all leases be recorded on the balance sheet as a “right-of-use” asset and lease liability. This new standard is effective for the first accounting period after December 15, 2018. This will apply to publicly traded corporations, not-for-profit entities that have issued a conduit bond, or a company with an employee benefits plan that files financial statements with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).




Presentation: CoreNet Global and Sodexo Outsourcing in Facilities Management: 2011 / 2016 Survey Results & Comparison (presentation slides) Members Only
Discover emerging trends in cross-region and global FM services and identify techniques to increase control and visibility over local operations around the world.


Multimedia: CoreNet Global and Sodexo Outsourcing in Facilities Management: 2011 / 2016 Survey Results & Comparison (webinar recording) Members Only
Discover emerging trends in cross-region and global FM services and identify techniques to increase control and visibility over local operations around the world.




White Paper: Privacy and Workspace Design (Workplace Knowledge Community)
The rate of change and increasing complexity in today’s marketplace demand innovation for companies to thrive. At the turn of the twenty-first century, many business leaders believed collaboration would stimulate innovation and therefore structured the workplace accordingly, removing walls and barriers in favor of open-concept workspaces. Today, however, employees voice a need for increased quiet time for reflection and productivity. For this reason, architects, designers and employers are scrambling to find the optimal balance between collaboration and privacy.




Presentation: What is served for breakfast?: An empirical investigation of organizational culture and corporate real estate strategies (Presentation) Members Only
Multinational corporations are faced with the need to centralize decision-making regarding their real estate to increase its agility in meeting rapidly changing business needs. In this new scenario of ‘acting globally and thinking locally’ understanding cultural variations across nations and organizations alike is crucial. Analyzing the link between corporate real estate strategies and organizational culture is essential for delivering value to multinationals.




White Paper: What is served for breakfast?: An empirical investigation of organizational culture and corporate real estate strategies
Multinational corporations are faced with the need to centralize decision-making regarding their real estate to increase its agility in meeting rapidly changing business needs. In this new scenario of ‘acting globally and thinking locally’ understanding cultural variations across nations and organizations alike is crucial. Analyzing the link between corporate real estate strategies and organizational culture is essential for delivering value to multinationals.




Report: Global Market Perspective Q4 2016 Members Only
Investor and corporate occupier activity acros?s the world’s dominant commercial real estate markets has held up well over the past couple of quarters, despite various economic and political challenges. 




Report: European Office Markets December 2016 Members Only
Office demand will continue to grow, nevertheless Savills expects the overall take-up level in 2017 to end up around 13% down compared to 2016.




Report: United States Office Outlook Q4 2016 Members Only
Slowing absorption and a pending wave of new supply are setting the stage for muted growth.

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