The World Health Organization is putting a renewed emphasis on workplace burnout. But, we already know a lot about how to help people think, feel and move better at work.
Celliant, a revolutionary new textile, has been scientifically proven to increase blood circulation and oxygen flow, which in turn improves people’s energy, alertness and comfort. Plus, totally non-clinical trials performed at Designtex indicate that employees’ dogs seem to prefer it, too.
A start-up is encouraging companies to create an easy way for people at work to grow their own food.
Mackinac’s light, yet strong expanse invites an array of materials — giving people the ability to create an environment that meets their needs and their vibe.
The new ‘Stand Up to Work’ study finds height-adjustable workstations help people be more productive, concentrate better and improve overall health even after leaving the office.
Mackinac supports collaboration, focus and respite all in a compact footprint.
Work keeps getting more and more complex. Mackinac (pronounced MAK-uh-naw) re-envisions the office by supporting the range of activities leaders and their teams do throughout the day—all in a compact footprint. Chris Congdon, director of global research communications at Steelcase, and Rick Yeates, general manager of wood and worktools, demonstrate how Mackinac helps people navigate the complexity of work. Learn more about Mackinac.