Putting wellness in the wallsInvesting in a WELL Building can have positive impacts on employeesBy David Hoffman07/01/2018|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 07/05/2018Seeking out landlords with proven commitments to their tenants and their workplaces is a great step towards a happier, and healthier, workforce. Credit: marvent (Shutterstock) Wellness is a key consideration for many organizations looking to further engage their workforce, reduce turnover and improve retention. And while much of the attention on workplace wellness has rightly focused on the disruptive and innovative — such as meditation classes, yoga sessions and gamified health apps — equal attention must be paid to one of the fundamentals of health: The environment where people spend their time.The modern office worker spends eight hours per day — at a minimum — at work. That adds up to one-third of every day. These offices are sealed off from the outside, with climate control, noise control and artificial lighting. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.