The Washington Illustrates Moving Towards a Healthy Work Environment

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Jul 28, 2014 • References: washingtonpost & designtaxi
Laura Stanton and Bonnie Berkowitz demonstrate for the Washington Post in infographic form the factors contributing to a healthy work environment. This informative illustration helps you answer the question 'Are you in an unhealthy office relationship?'

One side of the infographic exemplifies an unhealthy workplace while the other displays a healthy work environment. Given the amount of time people spend at work, it's no surprise their office can affect their mood, productivity and health. From air quality to visual color schemes in the office, the design of a workplace can have a positive or negative effect on the way people work. Covering elements such as lighting, hygiene, temperature, sound levels, ergonomics and movement, this infographic is a must see. Stats for Unhealthy Office Infographics Trending: Older & Average
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