Cultivating a happy workforce has become an increased priority for businesses globally. Enlightened companies understand their role and responsibility in ensuring the wellbeing of their employees at work and there is growing evidence that when employees are happy, organisations thrive. Jitesh Patel, CEO of Peldon Rose, explores further.
Construction specialists share insights, trends and projects that are influencing the way that the retail and commercial sector is evolving.
Human-centred design isn’t a new concept, but with a growing body of research highlighting its important role in boosting workplace productivity, it has become a key consideration for architects and interior designers, writes Laura Light, Interface Concept Design Team Leader.
In response to specifiers’ ever growing need for products that deliver high performance functionality matched with stunning design, Zip Water – creators of the world’s most advanced drinking water systems – has launched a wide range of new designs and finishes within its popular workplace HydroTap range.
Here Oliver Ronald, Sales & Marketing Director at Boss Design, explains how creating successful habitats in the workplace can help transform the happiness and wellbeing of staff, as well as boosting productivity and the bottom line too.
Environmental campaigning charity, Friends of the Earth, has brought its brand identity to life through the design of its new London-based office space. The result is a positive workplace that stays true to the organisation’s core environmental beliefs, and reminds the Friends of the Earth team of its purpose, while sowing the seeds for the organisation to continue to thrive.
As the national obesity crisis worsens and a regular flow of statistics informs us that we’re a nation in trouble, we seem to have become obsessed with how fit or unfit we are. No surprise then that this interest has started to manifest itself in the workplace. Michael Page, Joint Managing Director of workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors, explains more.