Studies have shown that healthier, inspiring "WELL-focused" workplaces lead to more productive and better performing employees. In parallel, the war for talent has meant that staff are looking for companies that share their values, with health and wellbeing deemed a high priority.
The recent launch of the WELL Certification, the first building standard to focus on enhancing people's health and wellbeing through the built environment has provided a much needed third party benchmark. The question is, how is it manifesting within the marketplace and are we reacting with the gusto it should demand? Discover what early advocates are doing to ensure the WELL agenda is a key part of their organisational strategy and lessons learnt.