The working environment has, over recent years, become more important and relevant. Having evolved rapidly, it has become part of the job hunt process. The conditions people work in play a key part in their everyday lives and the working environment must reflect their needs to not only retain talent, but to provide a healthier working life.
It is about creating somewhere where people enjoy going to work, leading to higher productivity levels and in turn making us happier and healthier.
In a world that is increasingly health conscious, it makes sense that this is a number one priority for property developers, designers and business owners to dedicate their resources to creating the right spaces for their audience.
A vibrant, open and naturally lit building that encapsulates the needs of its tenants, will most certainly create an atmosphere that will positively affect our wellbeing and help us live longer.
Charlie Green, Co-CEO of TOG