How improving office air quality unlocks greater productivity, wellbeing and operational benefits

Marie Bannister
October 1, 2020

 
 

Did you know the average employee spends over a third of their life at work? That’s why office workers are demanding better indoor air quality. 

Organizations have realized poor air quality impacts worker productivity and impacts their bottom line. It also harms wellbeing and work satisfaction.

As more and more companies strive to create positive work environments, they’re looking for buildings that monitor and improve their indoor air quality.

There’s good news for building owners and managers though - keeping track of indoor air quality drives energy efficiency and major cost savings. It’s all thanks to the power of data.

Find out how to improve office air quality in our eGuide today! Our in-depth guide answers the following:

  • Why indoor air quality matters in office buildings
  • Which are the key contaminants buildings need to keep track of
  • How to leverage the benefits of good indoor air quality to retain and attract tenants
  • How indoor air quality monitoring can cut maintenance costs, streamline operations and make the building more profitable

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