behaviour

Standing up for change: why an active workplace makes a difference

Research shows that supporting people to be more active in the workplace brings health and productivity benefits to the organisation. Is it time to activate the office?

All together now: how we experience different sensory inputs at work

Workplace designers should stop thinking about specific sensory inputs in isolation and start planning for a more interconnected approach, according to the latest scientific research in the field

Learn from the lighting experts: podcast series shines a light

A podcast series from Signify tackles every topic in lighting from the history of lighting design to the intricacies of how your lights stay connected

Co-design cities with young people in mind to improve mental health

Young people must be given a greater role in designing future cities so that their wellbeing and mental health can be prioritised, a new paper states

One year on: four-day working week pilot in UK proves a success

Nine out of ten of the organisations that participated in the UK’s largest ever pilot of the four-day working week have retained the policy one year on, according to new research

Out of Office: a design guide to working well at home as we age

How can we work well from home in the hybrid era? A new research guide aims to give home workers top tips on how to stay healthy with a better home office set-up

Why smart lighting is pivotal to the retrofit revolution

Retrofitting commercial buildings will be critical to meet net zero targets and should be considered a strategic investment. In this article, Fagerhult looks at the key role of lighting in energy performance

While CEOs sound off, HR departments are preparing for hybrid

In a new podcast for the Financial Times, Jeremy Myerson and Philip Ross, authors of the book Unworking, explain why the return to office needs a better rationale to succeed