When it comes to how you can be productive at work, the design of your workspace can have a major impact on your productivity levels. It has the potential to increase your work output or hinder it. From lighting to noise levels, there is a lot that can affect your work. By implementing small steps such as checking your posture and keeping your desk space clean, you can ensure that you have the optimal productivity levels at your place of employment.
For example, researchers at Cornell University found a higher level of adrenaline in employees who were exposed to low levels of noise, compared to employees exposed to no noise. This particular discovery led them to believe that employees who experienced higher levels of noise were more stressed.
To find out what is the key to a productive workspace, let’s check out this infographic from Davitt Corporate Partners. What is your biggest distraction at work? Let us know in the comments below!
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