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Final word with Bryan Croft

All the research – and all of my experience – shows that happy employees make for more productive employees which in turn results in a more successful company. Not rocket science and just common...

Preview: Paperworld 2018

Paperworld returns to Frankfurt, Germany, from 27-30 January 2018. It’s a non-Plaza year this time, meaning that both exhibitor and visitor numbers are likely to be lower than during Plaza years. However, event organiser...

Health and Well-being Special: Working well?

Global wellness and the economyResearch undertaken by the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), a research and education resource for the international wellness industry, estimates that the global wellness economy in 2015 was worth $3.7 trillion....

Health and Well-being Special: The comfort zone

The generic dictionary definition of ergonomics is “the scientific study of people and their working conditions”. Ergonomic design within the office specifically, meanwhile, tends to focus on the furniture and equipment that staff use,...

Category Overview: Well-being in the workplace

The provision of a workplace environment that’s conducive to health and employee happiness is a complex issue. There’s no doubt that the frontrunners in this field are taking a holistic approach, with an emphasis...

Final word with Renée Remijnse

As we see office design shifting from one-size-fits-all to solutions accommodating different needs and activities, we also need to consider how this influences employees. Ask yourself how the office workspace has been altered over the...

Hot Topic Xtra

OPI asked the experts what their definition of a healthy workplace is:Gavin Bradley, Founding Director, Active Working:The definition is evolving. My personal vision is that we must take a holistic approach to balanced nutrition...

Hot Topic: The natural touch

There’s a lot of noise at the moment about the ‘healthy workplace’. For the business supplies industry, this has so far mostly meant replacing chocolate chip cookies with apples, carbonated soft drinks with water,...

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