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According to a recent study, “The Impact of Green Buildings On Cognitive Function”, certified green buildings improve human health and cognitive abilities compared with similar buildings that are not certified.
Though the study size was small (only 109 subjects), it's good to see some rigor around measuring the results of healthy buildings.
Europe's highest court has ruled that for employees who do not have a fixed place of work the "time taken to travel to and from work at the beginning and end of each day should count as working time."
The same kinds of conversations are taking place in the U.S. Unfortunately, policies have not kept up with the changing ways we work.
American workers collectively leave $272 billion worth of vacation time on the table, according to a new study, and it's a drag on worker productivity.
It really is true about, all work and no play... when will employers wake up to the fact that they have to make it not only okay, but critical that their people take time off.