The role the built environment can play in employee wellbeing has never been more evident or important. And without question, COVID-19 has raised the stakes. In this Q&A Blockbuster with Ken Fong, Acoustics and Healthy Buildings Consultant, Arup we discuss how putting employee wellbeing at the heart of design as we navigate the future of work will be key, including how the WELL Building Standard™ can help create spaces that enhance – rather than hinder – employee wellbeing.
It’s fair to say hybrid working is here to stay. The genie is out of the bottle so to speak. So, what does this mean from a workspace design perspective? How do we entice employees back to the office and for what purpose? And why are some workplaces still reluctant to embrace a more flexible and agile way of working? (“but it worked so well before” they say).
In this webinar we explore the question – is your workplace culture supporting or undermining your workplace wellness efforts? We’re joined by globally renowned wellness culture expert and Faculty member Dr Judd Allen, who shares his insights regarding how unsupportive cultures frequently undermine positive practices and our efforts to adopt healthier lifestyles both inside and outside of the workplace. This is one you won’t want to miss.
Forecasters predict that by 2022, 6.2 billion people will use smart phones. Yet according to the Head of Apps, Google UK, we only use 26 apps of all apps we download. In this thought-provoking webinar, Georgie Drury will share with us how technology is influencing the employee and wellbeing experience. Walk away with an insight into how technology can not only serve as a powerful engagement tool for your wellness strategy, but across the employee life cycle within your workplace.
This webinar uncovers how your workplace environment can be guided by your overall corporate strategy, but more directly your health and wellness strategy, to create spaces that influence behavioral change.The discussion is supported by research touching on neuroscience, diversity thinking and evidence-based findings of recent case studies.
Helping people change their lifestyle habits is not easy. Providing a range of workplace health and wellness services and programs is a start but only half the picture. So, how do we help people commit to engaging in these wellness “offerings”? This webinar explores two elements -understanding why someone would want to change (their reasons, not ours) and becoming aware of why people would resist change.
In this episode, our Facilitator Megan Kingham sits down with Graeme Cowan – speaker, author and Board Director of RUOK? – to discuss how organisations can build a culture of care, particularly in uncertain times.
In this episode, our Director Katrina Johnston sits down with Conor Reynolds, Founder of Snackwize, a healthy snack subscription service for workplaces, to find out how his company is tackling the issue of healthy nutrition in the workplace.
In mid-2016 Jekfar’s six workplaces became officially smokefree.
The Warehouse Stationery shop in New Plymouth’s The Valley mall now boasts a totally smokefree team.