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Every business wants their office environment to encourage productivity, regardless of size. There are big changes you can make to encourage a productive environment and more subtle changes.

 

 

Here we’re going to look at what you can do to your office to encourage productivity.

 

Sound control – One of the biggest distractions in any workplace is noise. So reducing the amount of noise is vital to ensuring that your workforce remain productive. You can put in place rules and regulations to ensure that noise is properly managed. For example, if your team are allowed to listen to music, they aren’t allowed to go over a certain volume. Or if they want to catch up in their break, they do it in the canteen.

 

But there are psychical things you can do to your office space to ensure that sound is controlled. Sound-absorbing panels in rooms that usually endure a lot of noise, acoustic screens and glazing for meeting rooms, sound masking, etc. The solution will be specific to your working environment. If you’d like a little help ensuring that sound is properly maintained in your office then get in touch with us today.

 

Lighting – Lighting is important, especially if your office revolves around working on computers (which no doubt it will). Correct lighting will help ensure that employees don’t damage their eyes. Plus, good lighting can generally just improve office mood (no one’s happy in a drab environment, are they?). And if you get mood right, productivity won’t be far behind.

 

Comfort – Your employees spend more time at their desk than anywhere else, so it’s important that you ensure they’re comfortable. The happier they are at their work station, the more productive they’ll be. Don’t scrimp on cheap office chairs, ensure they’re trained on correct posture, and provide ergonomic equipment.

 

Arrangement – There are countless offices up and down the country that give little to no thought on arrangement. You should carefully consider the placement of everything. Perhaps you’ve placed the photocopier in one place because that’s where there was a power socket. But you didn’t think that it’s at the opposite end of the building to the person who uses it most frequently.

 

Efficiency is the key to productivity. So make your office an efficient layout and the rest will follow. 

 

Research

  • 70% of workers say they would be more productive in a less noisy environment
  • 72% of workers are dissatisfied with their speech privacy
  • 64% of workers are interrupted more than 20 times per day

 

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