A lot of time is spent in the office, and some might consider it a home away from home. Employees have their personal desk, they interact with their co-workers, and they spend down time like lunch together. An impersonal space does nothing for the energy of an office. Instead, create a relaxing room that will produce comfortable and productive employees. Here are some elements that can be added to an office to make it inviting.
Appropriate Lighting At a desk, there are two forms of needed lighting: indirect and task lighting. Indirect lighting such as a lamp will light up the general space. Task lighting does as it says, directs light at whatever an employee is working on at the moment.
Plants Interior plants have tons of amazing benefits. Not only do they add a touch of color and earthiness to your space, but they also reduce carbon dioxide levels while increasing humidity. Don’t have the time to care for indoor plants? Consider succulents. They are plants that survive on a minimal amount of water, and are hard for anyone to kill! If anything, consider placing a few plastic made plants around the office to create a more inviting space.
Common Workspace Designate an area specifically for collaboration. Everyone will know where to go when setting up a meeting to work on a project. A designated will ensure that you have a space that will always be open for large projects and employees won’t be overwhelmed at getting started.
Creating a welcoming office is truly an easy way of increasing productivity. The more your employees enjoy being at work, the better they will perform. [Selecting the right office furniture] is the first task, then adding lighting, plants, and collaboration spaces will create an excellent space. (http://bestoffice.com.au/blog/selecting-right-office-furniture).
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