Office environments are often dull which makes employees dislike waking up in the morning and going to work. There are strict rules, curfews, and boring arrangements to sit at and work all day long that make employees are unable to think out of the box and be productive. Considering how big companies have made some significant changes in the silicon valley- yes, we’re talking about google- your office can also be one that workers want to come to every day and provide excellent work. For this reason, the following are some extraordinary remodeling tips for your office environment.
Install a Hanging Swing
Employees get tired of overburdening work and want to relax. The rooftop may be the right place but not the best choice as being in a standing position for many minutes doesn’t really relax your body. In Japan, employees are permitted to take naps on jobs so that they can do better work afterward and they are even rewarded for it. You could establish a space where workers can relax after a tiring session of work or take a break and maybe nap on a swing-like bed that hangs from the top. Also, this implementation can give your office a modern touch.
Often there come ideas at moments that no paper or pencil is nearby. As a result, the thought quickly vanishes from the brain, and then we see some other person becoming a millionaire with it. A wall such as one that is covered with chalkboard paint for your employees to write motivational quotes, ideas, thoughts and anything that inspires them can increase the productivity and motivation of a firm to a great extent.
Bring in Colors to Induce Efficiency
Bright colors give you pleasure and bring out your creativeness. Pasting beautiful and attractive colors and sceneries that are candy to the eye is a great way to have your employees feel happy about their workplace. You can bring in diverse colors and get them paint in different shapes and structures. You can also add in easy to paste eye-catching images as murals. And no one said that you couldn’t insert a few frames entailing powerful quotes that challenge and motivate your employees to give their best.
Create Open Spaces
Your office still has closed spaces in the form of cubicles? You’ve been living in the past and are making your employees sit in a dull office setting. It’s time to change! Get those cubicles taken out and replace them with desks and chairs that let employees easily communicate with each other. Communication between employees is essential for a relaxing and friendly environment that is comfortable for each worker.
Employ Comfortable Furniture
You could construct a space explicitly designated for in-house meetings and small discussions that include sofas and comfortable chairs. Your employees sometimes want to have a separate space for gossip and chit chat or work-related talks that is comfortable. Or if an employee gets tired of sitting upright all day or develops lumber problems, he/she can relax on a sofa. Have the furniture go with the colors of the walls.