7. Creating social pathways
One of the key differentiators between average and outstanding workplaces is the ability to successfully communicate across different departments. A well-considered layout and design can create social pathways to offer people an opportunity to socialise and communicate. This can contribute to building stronger relationships and networks within your organisation, as well as improving efficiency.
8. Enhanced brand perception
A well-designed workplace can make an amazing impression on new clients. Based on our survey results, 85% of people feel clients make a judgement of a business based on its office environment. If a client arrives in an old, tired office they won’t be mesmerised, compared to walking into an innovative, fresh workspace.
Making your workplace design sustainable can help you reduce annual energy costs, stay competitive and become more efficient in the workplace. Furthermore, a greener office can lead to a happier and more productive place to work in. It can be as simple as going paperless, improving lighting and air quality or creating a fully certified, sustainable officer to enhance your green credentials.