Across the world, the workplace wellness industry is booming. Ergonomics is a popular subset of workplace wellness; studies have shown that many of the commonly recommended ergonomic office adjustments have little effect. Considerably less consideration is given to creating a healthy acoustic environment, despite evidence that excessive reverberation and echo caused by poor acoustic treatment can have detrimental effects on employees’ wellbeing. Acoustic solutions can contribute to employee wellbeing, decreased absenteeism, and greater productivity and profitability.
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