Authored by: Stephen Babcock, Technical.ly Baltimore
Kevin Butler and Kelly Ennis go into a lot of big companies and talk about well-being. The ergonomist and office design expert often work with companies who want more of a focus on well-being in the workplace, and, of course, make it work with their bottom line.
With so many people who start businesses wanting to create an ideal place to work, startups often take advantage of a unique opportunity to work well-being into their workplace from the get-go, Butler told a small group seated around the Betamore couches.
“A lot of startups have that feel and vibe right out of the gate,” said Butler, a senior ergnomist and well-being consultant at Steelcase.
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