Our General Manager People & Culture, Ranna Alkadamani, was recently interviewed by Qantas magazine to discuss the Frasers Property culture, how we foster and protect it, and how a new study will reveal new paths to the way our culture will shape the way we work, and the places in which we do so, in the future.
Frasers Property recently established a partnership with the University of NSW Business School to investigate current workforce preferences and how they’ll evolve in light of the pandemic.
As Ranna explains, the COVID-19 experience has provided a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to re-examine and re-imagine our workforces and our workplaces.
The results of the study will be fascinating and the challenge for our business will be to remain adaptive. To be able to draw on our culture will be an advantage as we adapt to future trends and preferences.
By constantly working on our culture, acknowledging and respecting culture as a living thing, we will remain a workplace that attracts and retains the best people. A place in which people belong and in which they can grow.
New development acquired in Lelystad, the Netherlands
We have acquired a development from Amazone Real Estate strategically located in Lelystad, the Netherlands. The development encompasses the construction of a new logistics facility spanning 36,402 sqm with construction set to begin in January.
Frasers Property Industrial reports profit before interest and tax of S$352.5 million (A$392.3 million & EUR 244.3 million) for FY23, with assets under management of S$11.0 billion (A$12.5 billion & EUR 7.6 billion).
See why Décor Corporation chose Frasers Property Industrial’s Rubix Connect in Victoria’s Dandenong South as the perfect home for its new distribution centre and head office, in our latest video featuring Mathew Ward and Andrew Hanna.
Frasers Property Industrial acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land which our business operates. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Elders’ past, present and future.