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Lighting, Well-being and Performance at Work
Professor Jo Silvester and Dr Efrosyni Konstantinou
Centre for Performance at Work


Lighting, Well-being and Performance at Work


Lighting, Well-being and Performance at Work 3
Centre for Performance at Work
Executive Summary
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Preface
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Our Approach
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Lighting, Performance and Well-being at Work
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The Hawthorne Studies
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Building an Evidence Base
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Lighting
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Natural and Artificial Forms of Lighting
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Lighting and Visual Performance
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Fluorescent lighting
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Colour, Mood and Performance
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Employee Controlled Lighting
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Lighting and Safety at Work
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Different Types of Work
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Shift-work and Night-work
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VDT and Computer Work
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Open Plan Offices
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Work in Industrial Settings
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Performance in Schools
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The Changing Nature of Work
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Service Work
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Knowledge Work
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Virtual Working
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Working Across Space and Time Zones
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Changing Demographics
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Future Well-being
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Work-related causes of employee stress and well-being: An overview
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Consequences of work-related stress for employees and employers
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Enhancing well-being at work
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Interventions based on lighting
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Worker-centred interventions
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Recommendations
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References
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Appendix 1. Searches
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The Centre for Performance at Work
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Professor Jo Silvester (Director)
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Dr Efrosyni Konstantinou
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Contents


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4 Lighting, Well-being and Performance at Work
Centre for Performance at Work
Executive Summary
This report has been undertaken by the Centre for
Performance at Work at City University London and reviews existing research on:
1. The impact of lighting on performance and well-being in the workplace.
2. New developments in work practices and their relevance for lighting, well-being and performance in the workplace.
3. Emerging good practice concerning well-being at work.



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