Healthy working: how to bring wellness and sustainability into your workplace

Alexander Spilger

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While sustainability and environmental performance have increasingly become embedded into the commercial real estate industry, a focus on the impact of the built environment on human performance has increased. More portfolios and buildings are participating in health and wellness practices and certifications are becoming more aware of how a healthy indoor environment can positively affect employee happiness, which directly links to worker productivity.

Furthermore, a healthy workplace is a powerful tool in your talent attraction and retention strategy, considering the increased interest from younger generations in wellbeing.

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