Did you know that the interior design of your office can help you attract staff? If your market has high turnover, high competition for talent, or if your company is expanding at a rate of knots, knowing what employees are looking for in a workplace can help immensely.
Nowadays, staff aren’t just looking for the highest pay check – more than ever, top talent is choosing to pursue work in offices that they feel encourage creativity, freedom of communication, and that have taken steps to reduce work related stress and anxiety. While data suggests that this is a generational shift, these ideals are working their way slowly into all age groups, and there’s no indication that this trend will cease.
Of course, the other reason you want a well-designed office is that it innately affects office-space effectiveness and productivity. We’re here to tell you engaging a good design team can help your office achieve both. Having your workplace meet both of these goals; effectively serving your staff, and your bottom line.
Today’s blog is a guide to what an activity-based workplace looks like, and what sorts of concepts it entails.