When you think of workplace well-being, what image comes to mind? Maybe you visualize happy team members high-fiving in the hallway or, perhaps, it’s a trendy company with a coffee shop and ping-pong table. For others, it’s the thought of having the perfect physical space to work, free from interruptions and distractions. Workplace well-being has become a buzz-phrase, but at its core it is a deeply personal and unique set of conditions, needs, preferences, and values that differ for each individual.

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