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Are you feeling well?

Leveraging real estate to improve health and well-being

Companies invest 90 percent of their operational costs i personnel. Even more damaging than the medical costs associated with chronic health conditions are the productivity losses and margin pressures related to absenteeism and presenteeism. Crystallized by IESE Business School professor Nuria Chinchilla, the theory of "social pollution" recognizes the idea of hidden environmental and cultural burdens on health and well-being. Given we spend most of our time indoors and at work, employers and building owners are in a unique position to influence employee wellness by transforming their workplaces.

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