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Boost Your Workplace Wellness With These 4 Green Habits Today

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Green habits at work can make a bigger impact than you might think. Adopting more efficient and sustainable practices can actually increase your productivity, improve your health, reduce costs around the office and, of course — help protect the environment.

Here are four ways you and your coworkers can green your routine at work every day.

Read the full post on the MetLife blog.

WELL Tip: Navigating Preconditions for the Nourishment Concept

by Tori Shepherd
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Have you ever considered a WELL precondition and wondered where to begin? Not to fret! We’ve launched a Navigating preconditions series to help project teams get started incorporating a number of preconditions from different WELL concepts into their project’s design and policies.

What are the building blocks of the Nourishment concept?

MEASURING WELL: ASID Post-Occupancy Analysis Highlights the Value of Designing WELL

by Jamie Matos
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Considering that 90% of a company’s operating costs are spent on personnel, it’s no surprise that some of the earliest adopters of WELL have been commercial office spaces. It hasn’t taken long for human resources professionals and executives across the globe to realize that prioritizing people results in substantial return on investment. For companies in the building design, operations or construction industries, WELL is about more than creating a healthier workplace.

Creating the Mentally Healthy Workplace

by Kristen Coco
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For those of us working in the 21st century, we’ve experienced technologies, innovation and efficiencies in our personal lives and across the global marketplace that were unthinkable just a few decades ago.

Yet we’re also learning that the frenetic pace and increased demands faced by employees in the modern workplace are helping to drive an epidemic of inadequate or poor quality sleep, physical inactivity and reduced social cohesion within our communities – in turn contributing to critical mental health issues for society to grapple with, such as stress, anxiety and depression.

Sharing Expertise: IWBI & Hines Continue Collaboration

by Karen Quintana
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This past spring IWBI began a series of roundtables with global partners to discuss how the WELL Building Standard can be evolved to better meet the needs of building owners and global employers. Building owners tell us they are joining us because they believe that promoting the health and well-being of occupants can help them differentiate their properties, demonstrate leadership and enhance tenant experience and retention.

Building a Business-led Culture of Health and Food Security

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Report Highlights Delos Commitment to Leading Workplace Wellness
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Every day, businesses are providing innovative solutions to solve the world’s toughest challenges—among them—global health, wellness, and equitable and sustainable food systems.

INFOGRAPHIC | New Report from Delos: Health, Well-being, and the Evolution of ESG

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A growing number of studies show that office space design can significantly impact employee health, cognitive function and overall satisfaction. What does this mean for the investor?

Creating the Mentally Healthy Workplace

by Kristen Coco
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For those of us working in the 21st century, we’ve experienced technologies, innovation and efficiencies in our personal lives and across the global marketplace that were unthinkable just a few decades ago.

Three Quality of Lifehacks for Incorporating Fitness Into Your Workday

By: Quality of Lifehacks
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As the weather starts to cool and we start seeing less sun each day, encouraging yourself to work out before or after work becomes harder and harder.

WELL in the UAE: Trailblazing Towards a Happier, Healthier Future

by Kate Rube, Vice President, Technical Solutions
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If you spend just a few days in Dubai, it’s clear how critical real estate has been to the city’s economic success and population: construction cranes scatter the sky, huge billboards advertise new homes from mega developers and model communities representing dozens of acres dominate the lobbies of many buildings. Yet real estate has also contributed to some of the biggest health and safety challenges that face Dubai and the broader Middle East today.

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