This recent Australian research conducted in high-performance workplaces compared WELL and non-WELL certified spaces, with occupants in WELL certified spaces more satisfied with 20 out of 23 physical environment features. Visual privacy and access to the outdoor environment were key predictors for productivity, and layout and interior design for creativity
The Independent Review into Workplace Culture at EY Oceania (Australia and NZ) looked at workplace culture, work practices and psychological health and safety of more than 4,500 workers.
How can we best support the wellbeing of our people in a hybrid working environment and navigate through such uncertain times? The role of dedicated Wellness Champions has certainly never been more important. In this blockbuster Julia Cohen, GM Workplace Safety, The Salvation Army and Tasia Mitsoulas, Wellbeing Specialist, StateCover Mutual share their experience of setting up Wellness Champions networks and practical tips and tricks they’ve learnt along the way.
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.
As organisations start to navigate transitioning employees back to the workplace, Melissa Marsden, Chief Creative at Comuniti and Faculty member, will share with us some quick hacks to reimagine our workplaces in the short term and provide us with a framework to begin to plan for the future of work.
In this webinar Katrina explores how leaders can serve as change agents in cultivating a wellbeing focused culture, including why leaders need to ‘be well to lead well’ for effective and sustainable leadership.
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.
A leaders’ wellbeing has a direct impact on their teams’ performance – and the organisation’s bottom line. Successful organisations rely on having healthy, resilient and high performing leaders. This webinar explores what responsibility leaders can reasonably be expected to take for their team’s wellbeing and how practitioners can help leaders optimise wellbeing for their people.
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.