Good design can support nurses' performance in larger units.
Increase Job Satisfaction & Organizational Commitment
High-intensity teleworkers have higher levels of job satisfaction than people who work primarily in collocated offices.
Researchers at Notre Dame have assessed how motivated employees are at organizations working for the public good and found that they have more passion for their work and find more meaning in it than people employed at other organizations.
Affinity Health uses new materials to quiet an emergency room.
A plethera of new research adds to our understanding of employee interactions with their physical workplaces.
Knight and Haslam corroborated the findings of environmental psychologists, who have established the importance of workers’ control over their physical office environments.
McGuire and McLaren investigated the relationship between the design of the physical workplace environment and employee commitment.
An office is an office . . . at home or at work. And distractions are distractions except . . .
In this article, we will look at the impact of the “characterless walls,” as they define the patient space and how nature elements mitigate some of the generic, impersonal features common to institutional care. This article was published in 2010.
Tove Fjeld and his associates looked at how plants affected the health of office workers, while Larissa Larsen and her associates examined how indoor plants affected students in an office setting.