Occupancy data typically includes total building square footage, number of employees using the space daily, weekly, and monthly, and then total number of monthly visitors.
Occupancy is an important KPI to have as a baseline workplace metric because it helps companies estimate how many resources they need. Utilization data, sensors, and observational studies can be used to track occupancy rates.
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