Health and Wellness
Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Health and Wellness articles below.
Facilities teams can deliver on what occupants need with effective use of technology.
Many organizations are adopting a hybrid way of working, giving employees more autonomy and flexibility around where or how they work.
This year’s survey was focused on COVID-19 recovery and how the green building industry can thrive post-pandemic — with health, equity, and green building access cited as key factors for building re-entry.
New research from Robert Half shows employees' ideal work environment and feelings about returning to the office full time.
Facility executives are prioritizing three mission critical focus areas of a healthy building — people, places, and planet — finds Johnson Controls survey.
The IWBI and National League of Cities collaboration will focus on the development of strategies, tools, and resources that will enable city leaders to navigate in a post-COVID-19 world.
New Facility Management Trends & Insights survey from CORT reveals that employee health and wellness is top-of-mind as facilities continue to explore flexible workspace.
A second annual Capital One Workplace Environment Survey finds flexibility remains high on the list of priorities for employees.
Well Living Lab will undertake a three-year scientific research plan to identify how indoor environments affect five facets of people’s lives.
Partnership will promote smart green wall technology to address human health and wellness within the built environment.
The Well Living Lab leverages and expands upon the principles of the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL), which focuses on seven concepts relevant to indoor health—air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.
To be considered "high performance," buildings must optimize across multiple attributes, including not only energy efficiency and sustainability, but also productivity, security and functionality.
The desk potato trend has been on the rise as workers become increasingly tethered to their desks.
New CareerBuilder survey reveals who is most likely to gain weight on the job.