Study links green buildings and employee productivity

December 28, 2010 |

While most people would prefer to work in an environment with ample daylighting and high indoor air quality, it hasn’t been easy to prove that that kind of environment helps employee productivity. The study titled “Effects of Green Buildings on Employee Health and Productivity,” has recently been released by the School of Planning, Design, and Construction at Michigan State University. Read about their findings.

Effects of Green Building on Employee Health and Productivity

 

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