Sodexo released its 2012 Workplace Trends Report today, offering a unique perspective on the workplace that combines insight from clients, academia, principal research, and leading facilities management and human resource trade organizations.
“For any business wanting to grow, these trends show there is a premium on programs that are outcome driven and on sustainable results that address both people and physical space,” said Michael Norris, COO and market president for Sodexo’s Corporate segment.
The 2012 report* identifies ten key Workplace Trends:
*complete report including trend abstracts can be viewed at http://bit.ly/SDXworkplacetrends2012
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Being a responsible corporate citizen is at the core of Sodexo’s business. We set the benchmark in areas such as sustainability, diversity and inclusion, wellness, and the fight against hunger. We are now taking our leadership to the next level with a sustainability plan that will affect 80 countries, 30,600 sites, and our 380,000 employees. We call this “The Better Tomorrow Plan.”
Director, NHLBI Center for Employee Wellness and Health Promotion
National Institutes of Health
Rachel Permuth-Levine, PhD, MSPH is Director of the NHLBI Center for Employee Wellness and Health Promotion at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She received her doctorate in Public and Community Health from University of Maryland and her Master of Science in Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the University of South Florida.
Rachel’s expertise is in health behavior theory, particularly as it is applied to worksite settings. In her tenure at NIH, she has helped create two large public health outreach events, NIH Yoga Week and NIH Conditioning and Relaxation week, and has introduced hundreds of staff to yoga and relaxation practices. She is a frequent speaker at local and national conferences on wellness and she is also a certified yoga and fitness instructor. Rachel received an NIH Award of Merit in April 2009 for her outstanding leadership in providing wellness and health promotion programs to NHLBI and NIH employees. 2012 Health Congress: http://www.healthcareconference.com/
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The 2012 report* – ‘Ten Key Workplace Trends’, Rachel Permuth-Levine
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