This guest column originally appeared in the Portland Business Journal, May 9, 2018 .
Designing a 'human-centric' work environment is about
more than aesthetics.
Human-centered employers understand that behind every great company, product, service and tool are great employees. Therefore, they work toward keeping their most valuable assets — their people — motivated, engaged and happy. While the environments in which we work are just one piece of the workplace culture conundrum, they represent a pretty large piece of the puzzle.
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