Office Design Tips For Optimizing Employee Productivity
In the United States, just 63% of surveyed workers agree that their workplace enables them to work effectively. That means that for over 47 million American workers, the office is simply not good enough.
What can business owners and/or office managers do to fix this problem? As it turns out, there are many things you can do to your office(s) to improve productivity and employee health and well-being. While some can only be achieved by renting an entirely new space, many small yet positive modifications can be made to existing office space layouts.
Employees generally spend 40 hours per week — or 2,000 hours per year — working in a physical environment that may be unintentionally lowering their productivity. This presents quite an opportunity to increase the potential productivity of your workforce through the redesign of your office environment.
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