Leading organizations know that improved employee wellbeing not only helps employees to be healthier and lowers healthcare costs, 1t also helps them to be more productive.creative and innovative, and less likely to leave for a competitor. As businesses amp up their focus on wellbeing, many are seeking ways to understand if they are making progress toward their goals, and looking to other organizations for benchmarking, as well as inspiration.
Steelcase teams identified six dimensions of wellbeing that can be impacted by the design of the physical environment. The foundational concept that links all six dimensions 1s what Steelcase refers to as an “interconnected workplace,” which offers employees choice and control over where and how they work.
Join us for a wellbeing CEU with Bruce Simoneaux. who will share new research and insights about the factors that create wellbeing and how workplaces can be intentionally designed to nurture and drive improved business performance.