Green amenities making buildings healthier and more comfortable appears to contribute to lower employee absenteeism and turnover while increasing productivity. Read more: http://www.nrdc.org/buildinggreen/bizcase/own_productivity.asp
Here is a full study on productivity in LEED office buildings:
This is quite interesting. I would assume that working in a green work environment would raise employee morale because of the company culture and values. I imagine it would be different working for Seventh Generation than say, Bank of America. One study has shown that employees find it more important to work for an eco-friendly company than a finanicially successful one.
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