What is the effect of introducing wood finishes in your workplace? New research from Finland builds on a wealth of positive scientific evidence showing that worker stress levels can be reduced
Exposure to nature is generally regarded as an aid to restoring depleted cognitive resources. But new international research suggests that not all natural environments are equal
What design factors impede professional performance in the workplace? Two new studies from field of applied psychology point the finger at a familiar culprit
How are US employees feeling about their work and workplace? The results of a major new survey from the American Psychological Association suggests that psychological safety is becoming paramount
Speakers at the WORKTECH Chicago 2023 conference were in no doubt: making well-informed commercial decisions depends on a practical plan of action for space, technology and people
New research sheds further light on the need to manage virtual reality simulations with great care. But academic studies suggest that when VR is done right, there are plenty of positives
New research shows that exposure to nature in the workplace benefits the creativity of employers who are more open to experience. Can we make the personalities of users really count in office design?
A US study of software engineers in a Fortune 500 company has revealed the value of being physical co-located with team-mates – feedback and mentoring increased significantly