Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Workplace Wellness articles below.
Experts from around the world will share their insights on the impact of 10 WELL concepts on human health.
A free guide for employers to identify wellness programs that fit their unique workplace and employee characteristics is available from Transamerica Center for Health Studies and UC Berkeley Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces.
Protect the well-being of facility staff and building occupants with green cleaning principles.
Over a quarter of American employees have access to employer-sponsored wellness benefits, but 63 percent don't take advantage of them, according to new survey.
Each day, about 2,000 U.S. workers sustain a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment, but 90 percent of these accidents could be avoided by wearing eye protection.
Nine Campbell Institute member organizations share their successes and challenges in implementing worker wellbeing programs.
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.
At The George Washington University, LEED Platinum facility design fosters its mission of public health education.
To advance workplace wellness programs, is facility management collaborating more often with counterparts in human resources?
This new sensor technology complements workplace wellness programs and fosters employee productivity and health.
Comprehensive report covers employee and organizational health factors, steps for implementing a workplace wellness program, and employer success stories.
New research paper looks at the role of sustainable design in maximizing employees' well-being and overall productivity.
Employers "care about my health," say workers, but could do more to back it up. Two out of three employees surveyed feel their employer cares, but fewer see tangible evidence.