On average, we spend about 90,000 hours at the office over our lifetime. Unfortunately, some working conditions can lead to stress and poor overall health of your employees. Statistics indicate that 83% of US workers will suffer from work-related stress. It is, therefore, essential that an employer provides a comfortable and safe work environment for employees.
This year has seen the Officeinsight team go from strength to strength, with the completion of several large commercial design projects, some new faces and of course plenty of new clients and suppliers. Lets take a look at the key events which made 2019 a memorable year for Officeinsight…
Officeinsight’s Design and Build project completed for courier company Hermes was named as a finalist for Project of the Year at Mixology North 2019. To mark the occasion, the Officeinsight team have put their heads together to explore our approach to this project and the resulting impact on HR and recruitment at Hermes.
We answer the question: 'What is biophilic design?,' exploring how commercial interior designers can design nature into their workspaces to improve employee wellbeing and productivity.
Our latest blog explores how the best interior design companies can improve employee mental health through the use of office design.
In this weeks blog we take a look at how you can design your office environment to enhance productivity, exploring how you can make the most of lighting, furniture and colour to bring out the best from your employees.
We look at how office design can shape company culture, proposing ways in which your space can be designed to create a positive workplace culture.
Poor organisation within a business not only looks unprofessional, but it can have a negative impact on producitivty within the workplace. Low productivity costs money. In our latest guest blog we share tips on how to improve your office organisation in your office fit out or refubishment project that'll help to keep your team motivated and productive.
We take a look at the Importance of Ergonomics in Workplace Design, exploring the impact proper furniture, equipment and lighting can have on the health and productivity of your employees.
When embarking on an office relocation project, the first thing you’ll notice is the different classifications given to office spaces, namely Class A, B and C. In this blog we will explore exactly what each of these classifications mean and the typical characteristics of each office type.