Join us for part 3 of a live webcast series!

Planet, Places, People: Ensure Wellbeing and Safety

July 31th | 12pm ET

Register today

As facilities managers strive to lessen the environmental impact of buildings they manage, it is essential to consider the wellbeing of people who work there. Today’s smart office buildings can play a key role in making employees feel welcomed, comfortable, and energized for work.

Attend part three of our Planet, Places, People: The Future of Workplace Management webcast series to discover the powerful connection between workplace sustainability and employee health, safety, and productivity. We will discuss how the following factors impact employees:

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
  • Lighting
  • Community Engagement
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Visitor Management

Key Takeaways:

  • How the workplace environment significantly impacts employee health and happiness. Factors such as feeling welcomed, comfortable, and valued at work contribute to employee well-being. Employee physical and mental health play a crucial role in productivity.
  • The impact IAQ has on employee wellness, and productivity.Researchfrom Harvard School of Public Health suggests improving IAQ can boost productivity by up to $6,500 per person per year.
  • How facilities managers can use environmental sensors, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and green building design elements to optimize IAQ and create a comfortable workspace.


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Jennifer Heath

Product Marketing, FM:Systems

Hannah Graziano

Sr Director of Solutions Consultants, FM:Systems

Rob Norin
Robert Norin

VP of Global Sales Enablement, FM:Systems

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