There’s a growing trend in the world of making offices feel more like home and there are several reasons behind this. First of all, the trend of telecommuting and the number of people that prefer to work from home has made a lot of modern entrepreneurs run for their money. It clearly indicates that there’s one massive flaw of an office space that people are trying to make up for by working from home. Second, a lot of people spend most of their waking hours in the office (8 to 10 hours, 6 days per week), which means that their quality of life depends on their opinion of the office space. Both of these reasons are more than enough for you to want to make the place feel like home. Here are seven tips on how you can do it.
Most offices don’t pay too much attention to décor. They aim for something cheap, easy to maintain and easy to interpret. However, badly decorated office spaces can have a negative effect on your workers on many levels. So, here are the six most important office décor ideas that will have a positive impact on productivity, motivation, and focus.
Move over, millennials! It’s time to make room in the workplace for Generation Z. Members of this group who didn’t go to college are already joining the workforce. And now, with the eldest among this generation currently finishing their degrees, a wave of new candidates will soon be arriving at the job market.
Gen Z is generally defined as people born between 1995 and 2010. This group is a very populous generation, even larger than Gen X or millennials. Gen Z is composed of 61 million people, and it’s anticipated that they’ll dramatically transform the workplace.
While Gen Z shares many traits with millennials, they cannot necessarily be lumped into the same group, as they also have many preferences that differ in significant ways. Here are some things employers should know about Gen Z.
Running a successful business means managing many different aspects, but the most vital part of any company are employees whose skills and efforts make a business thrive. The key to success is workers’ motivation and devotion to the company’s goals as well as doing all you can to maintain your employee’s efficiency. There are plenty of ways to stimulate your staff to perform better, starting with suitable financial incentives, along with improving your social and coaching skills to create a friendly atmosphere with good communication flow and strong relationships.
Still, many business owners tend to oversee one of the most important aspects when it comes to boosting their employee’s productivity – their workspace. Our environment heavily affects our ability to focus and perform, so consequently, a positive and comfortable work environment will have a beneficial effect on employees productivity. Read on to find out how to transform workspace into a perfect office.
Our generation can consider itself very fortunate for living in the time where technology develops so fast that the world we are going to wake up in tomorrow may be nothing like the world we inhabit today. However, all these achievements are producing an environmental impact so high that, if we don’t learn how to rein in our consumption, we won’t leave anything for the generations to come. Businesses that are the engine that drives the society have the responsibility to spearhead these positive changes. So let’s see what you can do to make your business more eco-friendly.