Submitted by International WELL Building Institute
Original article as posted by The Fifth Estate
As a society we’re starting to grasp that we are strongly social, inter-dependent, woven into nature, complex, diverse and both fragile and resilient.
The upside of Covid is the time it’s brought us for quiet contemplation and the opportunity to try new ways to achieve better outcomes.
"We need to broaden our thinking about what health and wellbeing in the workplace means," said Jack Noonan, vice president, APAC, International WELL Building Institute. Noonan said it's not just about indoor air-quality, it's about physical, mental and social health and well-being.
Read more about making our workplaces more healthy, wise and equitable.
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