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Developers have designs on improving staff productivity with wellbeing in the workplace

Physical workspaces need to support employee productivity and wellbeing, and are increasingly seen as key factors in attracting and retaining talent

24th November, 2019
1WML in the Windmill Quarter, which has a 650 square meter reception and hosts weekly yoga classes and social events

Office developers and investors are increasingly recognising how the wellbeing of their occupiers and their employees ought to be key factors in the design of new buildings.

“Occupants presenting a positive image of their workplace externally make your building more appealing and ultimately increase its value,” said Keith O’Neill, head of office agency at BNP Paribas Real Estate.

One of the Irish developers to embrace this approach is Kevin Nowlan, chief...

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