Your office is the base of operations for most businesses. It has a substantial effect on employee performance and overall work attitude. Aside from the basic aspects of an office that typically affect the work environment, such as hygiene and office maintenance, there are also other key factors that play a huge role in employee performance. Here are some of them:
• Lighting – According to the study conducted by the Society of Interior Designing, 68% of employees complain about the lighting in their offices. This is not to say that you should immediately fill the room with bright LED lights, harsh lighting can be just as disruptive as low lighting. Business owners or managers should learn how to properly utilize the combination of natural and artificial lighting to create a comfortable working environment for all their employees, and in turn help boost the employees’ performance.