A workplace that looks good is a workplace that attracts customers and clients and keeps employees happy, which is why it is absolutely worth spending some time and money to get and keep, it looking nice. Here are some very easy ways that you can do that:
The easiest and most important thing you MUST do to keep your workplace looking nice is to keep it clean. Not only does a clean workplace look more professional, but it makes it easier for everyone who works there to get their jobs done with the minimum of fuss, and it helps to maintain hygiene levels so that there’ll be fewer staff absences. Dirt, dust and clutter are turn-offs, so don’t let them ruin your chances of maintaining a successful business, or for that matter, a healthy staff!
Pretty Up the Exterior
The exterior of your workplace might not be naturally pretty, especially if you work in an industrial setting rather than an office, but it always pays to make it look as appealing as possible. Have someone power wash the walls and clean the windows and doors, buy a banner hanging kit and hang a colourful business logo outside and perhaps install a few tubs of plants and flowers around the entrance and it will make a difference. More people will be drawn to a pretty exterior than a scruffy one, and you’ll get more business as a result.
Splurge on Fixtures and Fittings
Obviously, if you have a tiny budget, then you must spend it first and foremost on keeping the lights on and paying the staff, but if you have a little extra to spare, it’s always worth buying more stylish office chairs, desks, reception couches and lamps, for example. Why? Because they look good, and that means that visitors will perceive your business positively, but more importantly, because they will make your employees feel happier and more comfortable and that will make them more productive on the whole. Also, no one wants to spend 8 hours a day in a drab grey cubicle now, do they?
Make Room for Nature
Not only doe shaving plants and flowers in the workplace make it a more pleasant place to spend time for both employees and clients, but there have been numerous studies which suggest that having them there increases calmness, reduces stress and helps to boost productivity, which is why business money spent on plants and flowers is never wasted.
Hang Some Pictures
Blank walls are just plain boring. However, walls that are too ‘busy’ can distract staff, so it’s a fine line to walk. But adding some choice pieces of dynamic art to the walls is a simple way to make the space look and feel nicer for everyone who enters.
Keep Cables Hidden
Last but not least, keeping as many of the cables, that are essential to the running of your workplace, as possible hidden will make it look a bit less clinical and a lot more relaxed, which should have a relaxing effect on the minds and bodies of your employees each day.
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