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A variety of small plants hanging on an office wall

Last week I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to present to everyone who attended the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Ten in Two networking event. Ten in Two gives five presenters each two minutes to present 10 slides about their business. And what a great opportunity it was, not only to let other Chamber ...

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Bright sunshine generates bright shafts of light - can be hard to work with

Those of you who are familiar with WorkSpace IQ are likely to know that sustainability is central to our business mission and purpose. Not only do we strive to incorporate sustainable work habits into your everyday work habits, but when designing and advising on office layout, we look to incorporate sustainable fixtures and fittings too. ...

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I’m a big fan of green ergonomics. In my last post, ‘Green ergonomics, why bother?’, I shared research that shows how green ergonomics are good for your health and good for business. It’s really encouraging to see such a definite rise in awareness globally about the need to create healthy work environments and see the ...

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Green ergonomics; it’s a bit of a trendy term these days, but what does it actually mean?  And why, when the term alone sounds suspiciously expensive, would a business bother? Well, despite sounding costly, green ergonomics promotes good health and saves money. Recent research from industrial ergonomists and members of the US Green Building Council ...

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