health & wellbeing

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?

AI legislation: will new EU act protect or punish innovation?

The benefits of AI in the workplace have long been heralded, but what does new EU legislation mean for platforms like Chat GPT that have become workplace staples?

Home truths: the upsides and downsides of working from home

One-size-fits all has been discredited in office planning. So why is it still being applied to work from home? A new study suggests that individual homeworkers should be given more consideration

Mind games: wellbeing programmes that do little for employees

New research from the University of Oxford indicates that corporate mental health interventions for individuals have little or no effect. Where do employers go next?

Digital directory of products aligned to WELL standard launched

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has introduced a directory to assist users looking for products or solutions that fit with various features in the WELL Building Standard

Real Madrid: el evento español nos adentra en la era de la creatividad

Madrid, centro económico e industrial de España, fue el escenario perfecto para una conferencia que abordó los cambios clave en las prácticas laborales para dar protagonismo a los colaboradores creativos

Equality and diversity initiatives failing LGBT+ employees

New research suggests that companies are not working hard enough to make the workplace an accepting and supportive environment for LGBT+ staff

Where is the employee ‘sweet spot’ in creating hybrid work model?

Companies experimenting with hybrid models tend to put productivity above all else. A new study suggests happiness, connection and coordinated hybrid work count just as much