Office Workers Share Attitudes and Perceptions About the Safety of Indoor Air

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July 4, 2024


Source: https://buildings.honeywell.com/us/en/support/contact/building-occupant-survey-report?utm_source=pressrelease&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=healthy_buildings&utm_content=feb-occupant_survey-report

Source: Honeywell and Wakefield Research Healthy Buildings Survey, 2022

Source: Honeywell and Wakefield Research Healthy Buildings Survey, 2022

“THESE FINDINGS SUGGEST THAT WORKERS IN EVERY REGION ARE AWARE THAT INDOOR AIR QUALITY CAN AFFECT THEIR WELL-BEING AND EXPECT EMPLOYERS TO TAKE ACTION – BOTH TO IMPROVE IAQ AND KEEP THEM BETTER INFORMED. IN A COMPETITIVE LABOR MARKET, DEMONSTRATING AN EFFORT TO CREATE A HEALTHIER WORK ENVIRONMENT CAN

BE AN ADVANTAGE IN ATTRACTING AND RETAINING EMPLOYEES.
EVERY INVESTMENT MADE IN UPGRADING WORKPLACE AIR QUALITY, MONITORING IAQ DATA AND COMMUNICATING IT TO EMPLOYEES WILL PAY OFF STRATEGICALLY.”

– DOUG WRIGHT, PRESIDENT AND CEO, HONEYWELL BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES

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