Many companies go the extra mile when it comes to designing an office space to make employees feel more comfortable in their home away from home. Some may do this with floating conference rooms, rooftop gardens, and even nap areas. And while not everyone might have a large budget or a large space to do this, even the smallest changes or add ins might do wonders like bringing in indoor plants.
Productivity and performance is strongly linked to well-being, and that well-being is highly influenced by the physical workspace. In short, people who feel more relaxed and happy in a healthy office environment are more likely to produce better work, stay in their jobs for longer and generally have a better attitude towards the company.
This doesn’t have to mean implementing wild office décor ideas or bringing in a personal chef, as even the smallest shift in wellbeing has been seen to have a considerable impact on performance.