Now that the wellness message has permeated much of the commercial office sector, you’d be hard pressed to find an office without an indoor plant (at the very least). But what about workplace wellness for warehouse and factory workers?
Neighbourlytics will use $1.25 million in newly secured seed investment to boost its tech capabilities and scale up the platform that’s geared to assessing quality of life across entire cities.
Wellness and sustainability play a big role in a new 35-storey office tower in Sydney’s technology North Sydney.
Happy Healthy Offices Sydney – what’s the real story? 4 CPD points confirmed from GBCA Wednesday 15 May 2019 8.30am – 1pm Corrs Chambers Westgarth offices Level 17, 8 Chifley, 8/12 Chifley Square, Sydney NSW 2000 We’ve had hot desking, activity based working and co-working. They don’t always work as intended. Now there’s a […]
The wellness revolution in commercial property shows no sign of abating with Cbus Property’s proposal for a 55-storey office tower in Melbourne’s CBD featuring a four-level flexible wellness hub.
Deloitte is gearing up for expected growth in demand for its sustainability services over the next five to 10 years in areas such as climate change risk, human rights and mental health and wellbeing.
The increasingly demanding working week is taking its toll on people. For residential architects and designers, this means creating spaces for workers to come home to places that genuinely promote wellness and social connection.
Bates Smart studio director Kellie Payne recently spoke at The Fifth Estate’s Bring Your Office to Life event in Brisbane on the factors needed for a healthy, sustainable and productive workplace.
NEWS FROM THE FRONT DESK ISSUE 383: We’re back in Melbourne this week. Mainly to moderate a session on workplace wellness at Total Facilities 2018, but also to meet Katherine Leong from NAB and learn a bit more about what she’s doing in social impact investing and Nightingale Housing.
It was impossible in the hours after our Bring Your Office to Life event to keep away the little nuggets of insight and knowledge that kept dropping in like unexpected but welcome guests.
Rather than promoting wellness programs, companies should instead design the workplace itself to support wellness.
Only 16 per cent of workers expect they’ll be driving themselves to work in 2030, according to new research by real estate services firm JLL, opening the door to widespread adaptive reuse of basement car parking, which could see urban farms sprout up all over cities.
Sustainability makes both ethical and financial sense, according to Queensland aged care provider Carinity, which is trying to turn nursing homes’ poor reputation on its head with a more engaging, nature-focused experience.
Investa is spreading the wellness offering for tenants far beyond its WELL-certified properties, to A and B grade buildings, with the launch of a major tenant health and wellbeing program.
This isn’t an easy call to make because all of our books are very special and become industry guides, downloaded over and over, but I’m sure our Healthy Offices book will walk off its virtual shelf and become one of our very best performers.
As the big corporates increasingly look to workplace wellbeing to attract the best talent and keep staff productive and happy, the role of human resources professionals is changing too.
Apple founder Steve Jobs is central to a lesson that came out this week through a look at two amazing legacies he has left behind
Sustainability, procurement and thermal comfort are three of the major trends changing the shape of the facilities management industry, according to Martin A Leitch, principal consultant at FM Scope, who has been involved in shaping Total Facilities expo in Sydney at the end of this month.
Building owners who want tenants to stick around ought to prioritise wellness, end-of-trip facilities and customer experience, according to a new report on tenant loyalty.