At the start of the debate, I posted the question on whether the physical workplace was the most important factor in improving employee productivity and engagement.
Over the course of three weeks our expert speakers Andrew Mawson from Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) and Julia Linsday, CEO, of iOpener Institute shared their thoughts on whether this played a significant importance to workplace productivity. Many of you contributed to the debate, and I would like to thank all those who participated.
I am pleased to announce the results of our first online debate. It was a tightly contested; however winning the argument that a well designed workplace can be a powerful weapon was Andrew Mawson with 51% of the vote. Congratulations to Andrew and thank you to Julia for putting up a compelling argument.
The changing workplace is important to Interserve because be understanding employees’ physical and emotional responses to their working environment, workplace professional can design and deliver positive experience that support better organisational performance.
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