13 June 2018
It seems that a good indoor environment is more important to worker productivity than many people would think.
In a study, Harvard Business Review has found a robust relationship between daily poor air quality in offices and worker productivity. The findings suggest that workers are 5–6% more productive (others have found productivity improvements of up to 11%) when air quality levels are rated as good. Other studies point towards the notion that symptoms such as headache and dry throat amongst office workers are more than twice as frequent in buildings with local and centrally supplied induction/fan coil units compared with naturally ventilated buildings.
Last month, we launched the campaign ‘Compliant with the Future’, which zooms into the use of a unified, intelligent system to achieve a healthy indoor climate in schools. Now the turn has come to offices.
At WindowMaster, our primary aim to create good indoor climates in a simple but sophisticated way. With our new campaign, we focus on how intelligent control of indoor climates and fresh air in offices has a crucial effect on both health matters and building energy consumption. In a video, we address how modern building technology can solve these challenges with one unified, intelligent strategy for indoor climate design in office buildings for the benefit of both employees and employers.
Did you already read about the future of indoor climates in schools and how this affects students? Tune in here to learn more while you wait for the next chapter of ‘Compliant with the Future’ where we dive into the positive effects of a good indoor climate in hospitals and how to achieve them.
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