A better-designed workplace not only supports work efficiency and worker health but also drives a company’s economic performance, according to novel research carried out in Tokyo
As organisations struggle with lost collaboration after the pandemic, a University of Toronto research study is seeking participating companies to explore the potential of a new model
Just as people get given a computer to facilitate their work, so they should also receive tools to manage their mental health in the workplace, argues psychologist Sofia Viotti
The flooding out of this year’s Burning Man Festival provides an apt metaphor for company work policies getting stuck, but also highlights the benefits of intrinsic motivation and inclusion
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
One of Australia’s leading experts on workplace wellbeing draws on engagement research from Gallup to explore ways to prevent staff burnout and boost productivity in the new world of work
A new global survey on working from home in 34 countries reveals a growing and potentially damaging divide between what employees desire and what their companies intend to provide
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?