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E-book: The fundamental of wellness and wellbeing in workplace design

Axiom Workplaces

The future of workplace design is no longer based on trends or what is fashionable. Smart workplace designers are now working with evidence-based data to create spaces that are outcome-focused to promote the unique culture of any given organisation. A uniform approach is no longer appropriate.

The reinforcement of an organisation’s brand is one of the main outcomes of workplace design – and the attraction and retention of staff is another – but the most salient outcome of workplace design in the world today is the concept of wellness and wellbeing. In this e-book, Axiom showcases the seven principles of designing for wellness and wellbeing, which include agility in the work environment, impacts of technology and the demands of a multi-generational workforce.

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