Office Design that Enhances Productivity

Employees are sensitive to their work environment. According to a U.S.-based study conducted by international architectural firm, Gensler, environmental factors including lighting, spatial layout and even décor affect employee productivity levels, which ultimately affects the bottom line. Organizations that have an efficient and open-concept floor plan that promotes socializing and interaction, combined with unique and visually stimulating interior design concepts, have happier employees and are more successful overall, according to the 2008 survey. The same basic design principles apply to a home office space — whether there is one employee, or 20. When it comes to designing a space that will sustain high productivity levels while ensuring long-term employee welfare, here are a few basic tips to follow:

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