See how your workplace performs
Working in an environment that feels “off” impacts work wellbeing significantly. Creating the perfect atmosphere pays off big time: it’ll increase employee experience, engagement, and productivity.
The ideal benchmark that you see below represents the perfect work environment. We dug through stacks of scientific and evidence-based research to develop this benchmark. By comparing your sensor data with it in real-time, you can easily see what your coworkers’ working conditions are like.
From May to September, the ideal temperature to work in lies between 21 to 25 °C.
From October to April, the ideal temperature to work in lies between 20 to 24 °C.
CO2 Air quality
The ideal air quality to work in ranges between 0 to 1000 pieces of CO2 ppm (per million air particles).
The amount of water vapor in the air in a comfortable work environment lies between 30 and 70%.
The ideal amount of light at your individual workspace lies between 490 and 510 LUX.
The ideal amount of sound at your individual workspace lies below 60 decibels.
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