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  • Amazon’s biodomes de-stress employees with nature
  • Amazon’s biodomes de-stress employees with nature
    Joshua Ness (2017) ©
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Amazon’s biodomes de-stress employees with nature

While offices make teamwork easier, they can be seen as restrictive and unhealthy. To boost well-being, Amazon has built three biodomes in its headquarters. These vast, natural spaces aim to help employees de-stress by providing them with a break from the urban grind.

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