Staff are only growing in importance as part of the business, as they are the main drivers and keepers of your organisation. It is their dedication, performance, and talent that will drive the business forward, so creating an environment in which they thrive will ultimately benefit not only them but your business also.
Below we have summarised four ways that your staff will benefit from getting a design and build:
Like a plant needs the right climate to grow, and bread needs the right ingredients and environment to rise, humans need the right culture and support so that they can work to their best ability. By having a workspace that is ready to embrace future ways of working, with different areas for different working methods, such as private areas, collaboration spaces touch down facilities etc. Your staff can discover what works best for them so that they can work the way that suits them best so they come up with the best proposals within the industry.
Did you know that according to Founderjar, companies that have highly-engaged employees stated that the average office worker takes approximately 2.5 sick days a year, compared to other companies whose average office worker takes more than 6 sick days a year?
Better wellbeing facilities
Having better spaces to support mental health, whether this be more quiet areas or increased biophilia, will help your staff know that they are appreciated and cared for. Knowing that your organisation has steps in place to support well-being is a huge job perk, and helps when attracting the best talent.
In addition, numerous studies have shown that productivity increases when the employees are happy. To be specific, happiness boost productivity by 20%, showing that productivity suffers when employees are unsatisfied. Simply, it pays to care about your employees and their mental health.
Better facilitating for collaboration
There are many advantages to boosting collaboration such as
By having spaces that improve collaboration such as agile working methods like hot desking and bigger tables for quick stand-up meetings, collaboration can become more productive and less distracting for the rest of the teams, whilst remaining informal and spontaneous.
Better environment to support neurodiversity
Creating an inclusive workspace is very important – read more here. It refers to the fact that no two brains are or work the same. According to neurodiversityhub.org, it is the idea of inclusivity that extends to neurological differences, including hiring and retaining talent with neuro-variations such as autism, ADHD and dyslexia.
Having areas with soft furnishings, private areas and gentle colourings provides a place for an individual to go. Facilitating their needs means that they can work better, bring deep focus and intense innovation to your business.
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