Supporting a bottom-up policy-development approach by listening to employees and their hopes and needs, by getting to know the things that are important to employees, and by aiming at arranging circumstances at the workplace accordingly. In practice, this means involving employees in decision-making and problem-solving processes in matters that influence them. This involvement can be realised, for example, by providing employees the possibility to participate in designing work arrangements, working environments (digital, social, and physical), and the rules that apply in the working environments; by finding out what kind of recreational activities employees wish to have; and by asking what type of coffee or tea employees enjoy drinking at work. Little things can make a considerable difference.