When it comes to workplace comfort, researchers at Purdue University are proving the theory that one size doesn’t fit all—and control makes a difference. New research from Purdue University shows having personal control of your workspace, such as lighting and temperature, improves overall workplace productivity and engagement. In a two-year study, Purdue and JLL are exploring the effect of customizable indoor environmental conditions on building energy consumption and employee productivity and satisfaction. The goal is to use data related to individual workplace preferences to create smart building technologies.

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