1. Break out areas
Having areas in the workplace that invite people to take a break can do wonders for productivity. These areas give colleagues the opportunity to take some time to stop and reboot, and to socialise.
2. The office layout
The layout of your office can influence how colleagues experience their workplace. Consider which best works for your team members and whether open plan, private offices or perhaps a combination of these are the most suitable.
3. Active furnishing
The latest estimates from the Labour Force Survey show the total number of cases of work related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/2017 was 526,00. A prevalent rate of 1,610 per 100,000 workers. The benefits of exercise and movement on stress levels have long been established. Equipping your office with active furnishing encourages a change of scenery and movement around the office. This can include, exercise ball chairs, standing desks, and treadmill desks.