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JLL Partners with ART Health Solutions to Collect Data on Health and Wellbeing

JLL Partners with ART Health Solutions to Collect Data on Health and Wellbeing
01 October 2020

JLL has announced today that it will be partnering with ART Health Solutions, to gain insights on how employees' working environments impact health, wellbeing and performance.

ART Health Solutions provide data collection techniques to help organisations make better-informed decisions relating to employee wellbeing and performance.

JLL has launched this partnership following a successful study with its own employees.



“Whether at home, the office, or elsewhere, companies need to prioritise their greatest asset - their people."

–Lee Daniels

EMEA Experience Lead, JLL


Data-Led Approach to Employee Wellbeing


With COVID-19 shifting business focus towards employee wellbeing, a strategic approach on future decisions affecting health, wellbeing and productivity have become paramount for mitigating risk. 

JLL’s partnership with ART Health Solutions will enable its clients across all industry sectors to create studies of their workplaces and people to inform their future strategy, from a  science-led approach.

Lee Daniels, JLL EMEA Experience Lead, said: “Wellness at work has always been a priority for JLL, and Covid-19 has undoubtedly highlighted the rapid shift in focus our clients have made to employee wellbeing.  As organisations work, amidst ever-changing conditions to safely, effectively and efficiently manage their spaces and employees, our partnership with ART Health Solutions provides our clients an accurate assessment of how their employee’s working environment impacts their health, wellbeing and performance.  

“Whether at home, the office, or elsewhere, companies need to prioritise their greatest asset - their people. With our enhanced JLL workplace strategy offering we will be able to give our clients data-driven insight to help them understand and improve their strategic decision making to drive positive change which ultimately helps them attract and retain the best talent.”


First Homeworking Health and Wellbeing Employee Study by a UK Property Consultant


JLL has launched this partnership following a successful study conducted by ART Health Solutions with its own employees based in Manchester. The project, which commenced at the start of lockdown, is the first health and wellbeing whilst homeworking study undertaken by a UK property consultant. Over 3,500 sets of activity data were collected from wearables, 800+ cognitive tasks performed, and numerous surveys completed. 

The findings have provided JLL and its employees insight on exercise, sleep, heart health, stress, cognitive performance and employee sentiment.

Paul Smith, Chief Strategy Officer at ART Health Solutions added: “We have a strong desire to see employee data become central to real estate decision-making and strategy development, and we are delighted that JLL shares these same values.

“With such complementary services, our two companies have been able to develop a unique value proposition that has not only benefitted JLL’s own employees but can now act as a valuable tool to its clients. The insights we are able to gather reinforce how effective this type of offering can be to help design employee-centric workspaces that maximise health and performance, ultimately benefitting the business bottom line.”

Picture: a photograph of a person working on a laptop and speaking on the phone, smiling

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 01 October 2020


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