IWBI | Workplace Wellness

IWBI | Workplace Wellness

A WELL Certified™ project has the potential to add measurable value to the health, well-being and happiness of people in the buildings. It can also generate increased savings and productivity. Personnel costs significantly outweigh the costs for design and construction and operations and maintenance, with employers spending 90 percent of their annual operating costs on people. This means that even a small impact on productivity, engagement and satisfaction in the workplace can have huge returns on investment. By channeling resources toward reducing the biggest line item in the 30-year costs of a building—the personnel—the business case for WELL features a meaningful return on investment. View WELL projects.

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Top 5 Takeaways from the Fitness #WELLography
We know that physical activity leads to better health but sometimes it can seem impossible to balance a routine exercise schedule with the demands of the modern workplace. The Fitness WELLography is your go-to-guide for evidence-based interventions that can help you incorporate movement into your everyday life and design environments that promote an active lifestyle. Here’s what...
Aug 11, 2017 9:05 AM ET
WELL @Work: Healthy Food Choices for People and Planet
Our CEO Rick Fedrizzi often talks about the Second Wave of sustainability. At IWBI, we believe that sustainability extends far beyond environmental protections. Just as WELL is for people, we believe that sustainability is about helping people make the...
Aug 1, 2017 8:30 AM ET
Top 5 Takeaways from the Nourishment #WELLography
We’re excited to share the Nourishment WELLography, your go-to guide for nutrition education and research-based interventions to help you fuel your body and design environments that support your health and well-being. Here’s a little taste (pun intended) of what you can expect to find in the Nourishment WELLography: Trust your gut. Did you know...
Jul 28, 2017 1:25 PM ET
Working WELL, Being WELL Event at HOK’s New York Office
The WELL standard was created from evidence-based guidelines for healthier buildings. It outlines best practices for improving the health and wellness of building occupants, from using non-toxic paints to encouraging the use of stairs and limiting access to junk food. “This is our passion. HOK has been completely dedicated to sustainable design over the last 30 years, and it’s at the...
Jul 13, 2017 10:45 AM ET
The Office Farmer: Grow Your Lunch at Work
As the late afternoon sunshine glare bounces off your computer screen, imagine you’ve traded in your keyboard for a trowel and your monitor for topsoil. Maybe you can. Some innovative companies have discovered the calming benefits of letting their employees to tend the fields while on the clock. Gardening encourages team building, helps them de-stress, and even helps them engage in some...
Jul 12, 2017 8:15 AM ET

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