Most Americans spend over 90,000 hours at work throughout their lifetime. That’s nearly a quarter of your life—which is why a well-designed workspace is so important. When your workspace is somewhere you want to be instead of somewhere you have to be, you’re more successful. Here’s why.
1. Increased Productivity
Office environment sets the standard for productivity. A well-designed space with an engaging environment helps you feel more fulfilled and more focused. When productivity is improved, profitability soon follows.
2. Impressed Clients
Clients often view the environment in which you work as an indicator of your credibility and overall success. A space that is professional, practical, and inviting leads to increased client satisfaction and retention.
3. Improved Employee Morale
Most employees spend more time in their office than they do at home. With this in mind, it’s easy to see how office design can subconsciously--and consciously--affect people’s moods and attitudes. Office interiors have a big role in influencing the emotions of employees. Natural light, sufficient space, and appealing aesthetics are all contributing factors to improved employee morale.
4. Intentional Organization
If an office is cluttered, outdated, or poorly designed, customers and clients might think the same about the company. A well-designed office allows you to be intentional in your organization, keeping you to be relaxed, recharged, and always on-track.
5. Attracting Talent
Office design can enhance your brand and help share your story. It allows you to reinforce your uniqueness and set yourself apart. That, in turn, helps you attract top-talent. Whether it’s engineers, creatives or accountants, selling your space is important.
In conclusion, a happy person is a hard-working person. And that’s why a well-designed office space is so important. It allows you to do your best and feel your best.
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Posted on Mon, June 12, 2017
by Alicia Hutzler