Temperatures from 68 F to 77 F seem to improve productivity.
Try chatting with your staff to get an idea of what makes them comfortable since factors like windows and vent placement also play a role.
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Creating motivation and making your team feel appreciated is a critical part of long-term productivity.
Encourage your team to keep gratitude journals - writing down a couple of sentences about what you are currently grateful for a couple of times a week. This practice improves productivity by increasing happiness.
If people can't focus on their work, they are less effective in areas like collaboration and learning, and they are less likely to be satisfied with their jobs.
Workplaces with a balance between individual focus and collaboration are more innovative, creative and encouraging.
Short breaks result in greater productivity and accuracy, especially with repetitive work.
For computer-based employees, frequent rest breaks also help reduce eye strain and physical discomfort
Employees at offices with plants report higher levels of concentration.
If you notice your workspace environment is less than ideal, speak up about it to your manager or human resources.
Listening to classical music can help people perform tasks more efficiently.
The absence of words in the music may be one factor, as songs that contain lyrics have been found to be a distraction when you’re trying to focus. And classical music is known for being calming, relaxing and helping reduce stress.