To some, the office can be a drag. Whether watching the clock, hoping time flies by, or squirming in a clunky office chair, employees may not want to be at work at all. There is a way, however, to spruce up the office so that employees dig their surroundings and are happier and healthier at work. Here are some ways that great office furniture helps the workplace.
You sit at your desk and can’t seem to get going. At the end of the work day, you find yourself playing catch up and wondering, where did the day go?
You’re not alone in this thinking. In fact, a study discovered that many of us waste time at work. Instead of being productive and completing tasks, we peruse Facebook, take personal calls, and do anything but work. So, how do you increase productivity? Here are ways to create a more efficient work environment:
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If you’ve ever felt frustrated, tired or discomforted by the glaring fluorescent lights at the office, you are not alone. A study conducted by the American Society of Interior Designers showed that 68 percent of employees hate the lighting in their workspace. That’s a big number. One that should alarm employers and drive them to create an office setting that has better lighting.
Whether you’re a brand selling product or a corporation recruiting the next generation of employees, millennial’s are a targeted demographic. And Gen Y is known to be technology savvy, entrepreneurial and extremely transparent about their needs and progressive views. They believe in teamwork and want to feel excited by the work that they do and their workspace. So, how do you entice millennials to remain interested and productive at work? By providing them with a millennial approved workspace.
Forget about those other fatigue mats on the market. Effective January 9, 2018, the Sit-Stand SmartMat is now a PATENT-PROTECTED product described as a “Slidable Anti-Fatigue Mat.”
You’re hunched over your desk and just can’t seem to see the computer screen. So you strain and rub your eyes to see better. Maybe you should just call it a day? Looks up at the clock. It’s only noon. So, how can you alleviate your tired eyes and get back to work? By improving the lighting in your work environment. Turns out that good lighting can improve productivity in the work place.
Thanks to Instagram, entrepreneurs and employees alike want to beautify their office space. Just search the hashtag #officedecor and be blown away. Why the new trend? It’s not just about flaunting your creative eye on social media or getting likes from followers. (Ok…maybe just a little.) In actuality, decorating your workspace benefits you and your business. Here are some of those benefits – beside becoming #Instafamous.