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Zhu and colleagues conducted a literature review and report on how the design of the physical work environment, at three different scales, can boost physical activity (PA) among employees.
Neuroscientists are increasingly focusing their research attention on issues related to workplace design. The findings from the 26 most important studies that they have published in the past 5 years—that can be applied in practice—are reviewed in this article.
The Transdisciplinary Workplace Research Network met September 16-19 in Frankfurt Germany. A number of timely, compelling, applicable sets of research findings were presented; that material is shared here.
Outcome variations quantified
Conditions and professional performance linked
Thermostat settings to set
The implications of working from home are multidimensional.
Peeters, Smolders, and de Kort report on variations in lighting experiences among people working in the same office.
Sadik and Kamardeen researched the professional implications of experiencing indoor nature (for example, inside plants, window views, pre-recorded nature sounds) and outdoor nature.