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Photograph of the outside of the Geyser Building, WELL Certified Office, Auckland

The built environment, new technology and the way a workspace is laid out all impact on workplace wellness. In my previous blog, I wrote about a speaker I heard talking about mobile technology use when I was up in Auckland at the Workplace Wellness symposium in June. In recent months I have also written a ...

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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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