Managers are constantly looking for ways to boost employee productivity, from offering incentives to investing in team building events. These can undoubtedly improve an organisation’s bottom line by motivating employees to hit new outputs. But as employees spend much of their waking hours at work, one factor that’s worth taking a closer look at is how the office is set up.
The appearance of an office ties directly into all aspects of its overall design – furniture placement, lighting, noise, and even the technology used. A well-planned workspace is not only more conducive to productivity but it even has a positive impact on overall wellbeing.
It sounds almost too good to be true. But there’s sufficient evidence that suggests a strong correlation between office design and productivity. Here we’ll look at how better working environments can benefit your business.