Mental Health & The Built Environment

It was the UK Mental Health Awareness week from 18th to 22nd May, and ‘kindness’ was this year’s theme. In alignment to the theme, we have teamed up with Welltek, a company who has taken the initiative to provide Neurosonic products to hospitals to help workers who are battling on the front line.

Catch up with Element 4 Group Ltd‘s Georgia Elliott-Smith and Emma Jenkins at Welltek in our last webinar where they talked about how designers, owners and operators can support and encourage better mental health for building users:

Job opportunity at Element 4

We’re recruiting! Are you a qualified #WELLBuildingStandard AP? We’re looking for a senior consultant or associate to oversee our many projects seeking wellbeing certification and corporate wellbeing strategies.

At Element 4, we’re on a mission to shake up sustainability consultancy, replacing jargon & waffle with action that makes a real difference. If you’re looking for an exciting career with purpose, you’ve found the right place.

Please see the following document for job description:

We can’t change overnight… (and other surprising myths)

Many people have been made working from home during the lock down amid Coronavirus. Before we return to the workplace, our Director at Element 4, Georgia Elliott-Smith, had a discussion with Leeson Medhurst, the Director of Workplace Strategy at Workplace Futures Group about the importance of well being and sustainability. They also debunked the myths about what is going to happen when we return to the workplace, and how businesses can embrace recent radical changes and flourish in a post-Covid-19 world.

Please click on the following video if you have missed the live webcast: