Discover how common, everyday office items and building construction may be creating dangerous workplace air quality. When we speak of air pollution, we often think of smog and particle pollution. While outdoor air pollution is an incredibly important topic that is considered to be a global public health issue, indoor air pollution can be up […]Continue reading Common Sources of Workplace Air Pollution
Relieve health and wellness concerns attributed to Sick Building Syndrome by improving and maintaining the indoor air quality of office buildings. For those who work in office buildings, feeling ill while at work is a common occurrence that comes with familiar symptoms including fatigue, headaches, and respiratory issues like congestion and sore throats. Many notice […]Continue reading Sick Building Syndrome and Maintaining Indoor Air Quality
For working adults, asthma attacks in the office can be distracting and can prevent productivity. Create an asthma-friendly workplace with these tips. Asthma is a respiratory condition that affects roughly 26 million Americans, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. When exposed to an irritating trigger, the airways constrict making it difficult […]Continue reading Five Tips for Creating a Safe and Asthma-Friendly Workplace
Presenteeism is a major problem in workplaces across the country, with significant financial consequences. Improve employee health to avoid presenteeism. The average employee spends roughly 40 hours a week in their office. This environment should be a healthy space to work in, kept to the highest standards of health and safety. Reports show that office […]Continue reading What is Presenteeism? Improving Workplace Health with Air Quality
When it comes to your corporate wellness program, consider the impact indoor air quality has on the health, wellness, and productivity of employees. Healthy employees are an important aspect of a successful business. When people are healthy, they are generally happier and more motivated to do well in their workplace endeavors. In an effort to […]Continue reading Including Air Quality in your Corporate Wellness Program
Office air quality can play a major part in workplace health and wellness. Improved indoor air means fewer sick days and a healthier bottom line. The average professional works in an office more than forty hours a week. With this much time spent in the same indoor environment, poor air quality can take its toll […]Continue reading Improve Air Quality for Fewer Sick Days and a Healthier Bottom Line
Feeling tired and unable to concentrate at work? Blame your office space. We examine the link between work performance and air quality. You’ve definitely experienced it. The workday slump. Tiredness, lack of focus and concentration, and the inability to get any work done. There are many factors that cause these symptoms (i.e. not enough sleep, […]Continue reading Could Office Air Quality be Affecting Your Work Performance?