As the nature of our work has changed, so has the set-up of the office design in which we perform our daily tasks. Workplaces that were once created to house in as many people as possible to act as a rigid production line, have been replaced by open, flexible spaces that aid creativity and thought.
Fostering creative thinking can only be successful if we feel physically and mentally well, however – and as being at work takes up much of our time, it can be said that what we experience has a major effect on our health. Therefore, it makes absolute sense that any business should have a workplace design that aids health and wellness.
Below, we'll be delving into examples of how companies are creating workplaces that have a positive impact on employee health and wellness (and as a result, their productivity).