Overview of the EASE Council

This presentation will describe the essential elements of Worker-Centric  Design —  psychology, management, operations engineering, ergonomics, and architecture — and how they work together to enhance productivity and shape worker experience.  The goal of ongoing research is to establish design principles for commercial facilities that lead to efficient, highly-productive and worker-centric places to work.

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Overview of the EASE Council

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