People are at the core of a company’s culture and ultimately its success. In today’s rapidly changing marketplace, organizations are increasingly taking a closer look at how they can best support employee health and wellness to create an engaged workplace that attracts, engages and retains the best and brightest talent. Heather Turner Loth believes in the power that connections make and is passionate about creating an engaged workplace.
Businesses who make purposeful decisions around ways to support an employee’s well-being through the built environment, can see significant positive impacts on an individuals’ physical and mental health. This can result in increased productivity, job satisfaction and engagement −and make the difference in engagement efforts.