To achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating, Crypto.com Arena met rigorous requirements related to its operational policies, maintenance protocols, and emergency plans.
An experiment by a Finnish indoor nature technology company shows employees make 43% fewer mistakes in the presence of plants and biophilic design.
2022 was a strong year for LEED certifications as organizations look to LEED to meet ESG goals and commitments to climate action, occupant well-being, and resource efficiency.
New framework designed to help organizations lead with health and humanity across their organizational culture, strategy, and ESG performance.
Moving the needle on well-being in the workplace: A call to action for ergonomics practitioners
Two new Urban Land Institute reports highlight the need for the real estate industry to promote health and social equity.
Experts in workplace design, from HLW, Pininfarina of America, and Ted Moudis Associates, share insights on creating outdoor spaces for employees, as well as bringing nature inside.
The SPIRE™ Smart Building Program is the world’s first-and-only comprehensive and objective assessment and rating program for smart buildings.
All this month, the American Heart Association has been encouraging people to bring their furry best friend to work to help their hearts.
A recent study revealed that Seoul Semiconductor’s SunLike Series Natural Spectrum LEDs have beneficial effects on human health and well-being.
As the summer vacation season nears, a new survey reveals that professionals find disconnecting from the office isn't always so easy. What are your plans this summer?
Using biomimicry, the Moss Walls system uses flowing water, misters, fans, and specialized lighting to create an idyllic environment for live moss... and a healthy workplace.
The new report takes a closer look at Americans' views on environmental issues and how the green building industry can be better positioned as a global solution.
Employees in the United States, the Netherlands and Germany ranked highest in terms of on-the-job happiness.
Designed with healthcare and similar facilities in mind, this product mimics the natural Kelvin changes of the sun throughout the day.
Paya Lebar Quarter is the city’s first project to register for the new global building standard focused on occupant well-being and productivity.
Nearly three-fourths of employees with senior managers who show support through involvement and commitment to well-being initiatives said their organization helps employees develop a healthy lifestyle.