Design for Overall Well-Being
Changes in workplace priorities and organizational cultures have shifted the wellness discussion. No longer is the goal solely to promote movement. Now the conversation includes designing environments for holistic health. And although wellness is still a top priority for both companies and consumers, it has taken on entirely new dimensions in meaning.
What's Changed in the Last Decade?
Designing for a New Hierarchy of Needs
In 2014, the most important A&D objectives were improving employee satisfaction and engagement, reducing real estate costs, and increasing recruitment and retention. Today the top goals are encouraging well-being and creating a workplace that supports a variety of work styles.
7 Principles for Workplace Well-Being
With a desire to design for total health, organizations can now be guided by seven key design principles for an active body and mind.
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