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JLL appoints head of Work Dynamics for UK and Ireland

JLL has named Tom Bayne-Jardine as its new Head of Work Dynamics for the UK and Ireland.

Formerly a member of the Integral Management Board, Bayne-Jardine has spent over 20 years at JLL and has played a pivotal role in how it engages with its occupier clients, leading the integration of Integral into the wider business.

In his new role, he will sit on the UK Executive Board and play a key role in the development and roll out of JLL’s UK strategy.

Speaking about his new appointment, Bayne-Jardine said: “I am really looking forward to the next stage in my career at JLL, supporting our continued efforts to deliver the best solutions for our clients. Now more than ever, occupiers are seeking advice that goes beyond their physical buildings and need to understand the economic, social and environmental impacts of their real estate portfolios on their people.”

Stephanie Hyde, Chief Executive JLL UK, commented: “In addition to leading the integration of Integral into our wider UK business Tom has also had an active role in supporting our growing life sciences business and working with leaders in regional markets to develop our tenant representation business in the UK. Tom is hugely respected both by clients and internally and will bring a wealth of experience to the role.

“Occupiers of all sizes from all sectors are looking to JLL to help them understand what their real estate needs to look like and how it needs to operate to align with their wider business strategies. Tom will ensure that we can continue to develop these services by continually supporting our clients and providing direction in these changing times.”

Bayne-Jardine succeeds Sue Asprey-Price who has moved to the role of CEO – EMEA Work Dynamics.

FMJ has teamed up with leading outsourced communication provider, Moneypenny, to host a webinar ‘Outsourcing to help win the race for talent’ on June 28th at 11am.

This webinar will look at how outsourcing is a cost-effective and highly relevant strategy to not only counter the race for talent, but to build greater agility, expertise, infrastructure and resource into business. In particular it will acknowledge the operational challenges facing FMs as the UK starts its return to the workplace.

To register for the webinar click here.

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