Designing the workplace to unleash everybody’s full potential

The onus is increasingly on employers to create environments that generate positive workplace experiences and provide workers with the tools to boost wellbeing, engagement, and performance

By Jo Sutherland
Issue 11 - Spring 2019 pages 10 - 12
Tags: events • workplace design • productivity
Experience matters
Workplace Week London 2018[i], the brainchild of AWA, took over the capital last October to shine a light on the organisations that are putting much more thought into how they create an excellent workplace experience. More than twenty organisations, including ten debutants, opened their doors to the public for the very first time, including some of the world’s biggest banking, travel, technology, media, creative. and professional services firms.

“Workplace Week was created in 2011 to showcase how business leaders and ...

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