Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. employee health articles below.
Facility managers are in the position to improve workplace hygiene, which many recognize as integral to people's well-being.
Effective July 1, the law takes effect under the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act (FCIAA) that bans vaping and the use of e-cigarettes in workplaces.
Only 3% of the American workforce commutes to work by bike or on foot with any frequency, despite many clear benefits.
If you think your job is making you fat, you're not alone: 45% of workers say they've gained weight in their current job, according to new survey.
Providing a clean and hygienic workplace is one way businesses can make a significant positive impact on the health and safety, productivity, and satisfaction of employees.
American Heart Association survey finds many employees lack training to help during a health emergency — and at least half do not know where to find an AED in their facility.
This air-spring platform encourages people who use standing desks to perform constant micro movements; virtually exercising while working.
Findings from CoreNet Global and CBRE Group found that a proactive focus on employee health delivers increased engagement and retention rates.
The company is recognized for sustainable manufacturing practices for its ergonomic Float height-adjustable table and Diffrient Smart task chair.
The 5S Principles (Sorting, Set-In-Order, Shining, Standardization, and Sustaining) apply when seeking improvements to facility cleaning programs.