Workplace Research

We analyze the connections between health, well-being, culture, engagement, performance and the built environment to inform effective design innovation.

Health & Human Performance

Research demonstrates that inspiring and sustainable spaces promote occupant health, well-being, and productivity. We're partnering with the Harvard School of Public Health and its SHINE initiative on a first-of-its-kind study to measure  health and human performance at the organizational level. Shining a Light on Worker Well-being highlights EYP's participation as well as our own related research.

Is Your Workplace Working for You?

Studies show that unhealthy work habits, like staring at computer screens and rushing through fast-food lunches are taking their toll in the form of increased absenteeism, lost productivity, and higher insurance costs—but it doesn’t have to be that way. AMA recently spoke with Leigh Stringer, author of The Healthy Workplace.

Well-Being Workplace Research
Boston Office

Design Lab

EYP studios are where we test new products and materials and evaluate the impact that our designs have on employee well-being and productivity. Our offices offer a mix of individual and collaborative areas with varying degrees of acoustic privacy; plenty of opportunities for user control; and flexibility in space utilization.

Workplace Research Workplace Strategy

An Interview with Jennifer Stevens, PhD, who studies how our behavior is impacted by the spaces we occupy. More

The neuroscience behind creativity and how space can promote it. More

An interview with Ron Goetzel of Johns Hopkins University who discusses the business case behind comprehensive health programs and healthy workplaces. More

Buildings can positively affect motivation by providing conditions that promote positive affective functioning, psychological engagement and personal control.

Leigh Stringer Leigh Stringer, LEED AP Workplace Strategy