Who can deny that a workspace full with the air of positivity can be a great motivator for your employees and clients alike? In fact, according to a study from the Ohio State University and the National Institute of Mental Health, the working conditions in an office play a major role in how employees handle their work and how they react to stress. After more than a year of observations, scientist found that workers in old offices with low ceilings and loud air conditioners were likely to be more significantly stressed than workers in bright and open workspaces. And you know what they say about personnel—a happy employee is a productive employee.
According to the same study, even the design and colors inside an office can really make a big difference. Scientists say that red walls are more likely to produce employees who have better skills requiring accuracy and attention to detail, while blue is said to be a more encouraging environment for enhancing creativity.