Best Practices For Setting Up Your Office To Maximize Employee Productivity

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Best Practices For Setting Up Your Office To Maximize Employee Productivity

 by Kate Harrison
If you are starting up your company, you may feel lucky to have any workspace at all other than your kitchen table. However, once you raise some money, or really get off the ground, you could have the unique pleasure of being able to design your own work environment.

A few months ago we began the process of building new offices at mywedding.com, and I got interested in how the physical office environment can affect employee productivity.

  1. Views Of The Outside Are Important

Corner offices have long been coveted for their prestige, but they should be envied for their benefits to productivity, too. A nice view of the outside is correlated to faster and better performance by a margin of up to 16%. Many modern office parks orient nearly all interior office spaces to landscaped areas, or natural vistas like ponds, creeks, or hills.

  1. Open Floorplans Decrease Productivity

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