As we’re counting down the last days of this year, it’s time to think about what the future will bring to us. While it’s not easy to predict what’s going to happen in every aspect of our life, there are some things we can be pretty sure about, such as interior design trends. With interior designers all over the world constantly on a lookout for better and more efficient solutions, which should help us improve the way we live and work, we can already guess what 2020 will bring in terms of interior design, especially when it comes to home offices. They are becoming increasingly popular as the number of people working from home is constantly rising, which is why we need to listen to experts who can help us. So, what are they saying?
To make a good impression on your employees and give them more reasons to stay, you need to be mindful of their needs. One of those is providing them with a comfortable working environment, which is what flexible workspace is all about.
The principle of flexible workspace is quite simple: it gives employees the freedom to choose where or how they work around the office. Although you can still provide them with dedicated workstations, the trick is in being more creative in the way you set them up and the rest of your office.
Having in mind that your employees spend seven to ten hours daily in the workplace, which for some is more than they spend at home, you need to provide them with optimal working conditions. You would need ergonomic chairs to support their back with their predominantly sedentary work life, suitable working equipment while a team-building event can strengthen their bonds and improve collaboration between teams.
Another element that contributes to employees having proper working conditions is the lighting. Dim rooms are not the best option for work because they make us drowsy and less productive, while bright spaces prompt our efficiency and keep us awake. However, choosing just the right lighting design for the workspace might be challenging for somebody with no experience, so here are a few tips to keep in mind during your decision-making process.
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