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“A lot of sea-changers, tree-changers – those people are strategic hires, key personnel businesses want to attract,” said Mr Farley, Colliers International’s national director of occupier services, who brokered the lease with colleague Mikayla Toy.

“If Wesfarmers are to attract those people and get them into the office space or to work with a team one or two days a week, you can get [people from] Ballarat, Geelong, Bendigo, Torquay. It’s far easier … in the city for those to come in and catch up than to come in and then go to Camberwell.”

Wesfarmers Health – which on Wednesday delivered EBIT earnings of $27 million to its parent company and is exiting the 5300-square-metre space it occupies in Camberwell – said the new location was the right environment to transform the business.

Gathering here: Part of the level 4 space Wesfarmers Health will occupy in the building from next month. 

“The building we are leaving is 5300sq m; however, it is a very dated fit-out that does not maximise the use of space or encourage the collaborative ways of working we want to foster to drive our business transformation,” a spokeswoman said.

“The [new] office footprint supports our growth ambition to become a leading provider of health, beauty and wellness services for Australians. Our team members are excited and energised by the CBD location and modern office environment which will help create a contemporary culture anchored in connection and collaboration.”

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