Could being distracted at work actually be good for you? Protecting employees from interruptions is often high on the agenda when it comes to workplace design but distractions, if they are pitched correctly can offer welcome respite from day to day office routines.
Boosting staff wellbeing should be a key focus for every employer. There are a variety of ways in which to do this and adding art to a working environment can be a great place to start. Lilli Hender from Office Genie discusses the benefits of art in the office and other measures you can put in place to enhance wellness.
Have an art exhibition in your office that changes regularly. By changing the art regularly you create a talking point that will encourage people to debate and share their personal opinions.
Visual art has long been acknowledged as one of the most emotional means of communicating human feelings and ideas. But art can also play an even more important role in literally transforming the lives of the people who create it.
Investing in making your staff feel happier at work is money well spent, with studies showing happiness can increase productivity and profits. Find out how your company can achieve this.
It’s a fact – feeling good makes people more productive. Studies show that having happy staff equals a positive impact on profits, and companies that invest in bringing a feel-good factor to their workplace reap the financial benefits.
What company wouldn’t like happier staff, impressed clients and better communication? Exhibiting art in your workplace can deliver all of this and more. Discover some of the top benefits.