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Company workspaces, how to create them?

Workspaces in a company directly influence the health of employees, the efficiency of their activities and business results.

How does the workspace affect us?

It is no longer a secret that space does matter. Fifty years ago, people spent long days under terrible working conditions: little ventilation, no natural light, opaque colors, small cubicles, and so on.

Today, globalization has even permeated the design and planning of workspaces.

Modifying the trends of workers, who demand a new, completely connected environment.

What does this mean? Well, with new technologies opening the way for small, medium and large companies, new philosophies have also been developed about what the workspace should look like: inspiring, original, productive, committed, reflecting the corporate culture, etc.

And this evolution of workspaces points to the development of collective and shared places, as well as to the transformation of individual stations.

In this way, the health and wellbeing of coworkers are given priority to improve their performance, since it is not the same to have a meeting with all the staff as it is to carry out interviews with possible candidates.

Back to the beginning: space does matter and a lot. Having the flexibility to adapt to the needs of the workers is the key to obtaining optimum results within the company.

After all, who wouldn't want to feel comfortable at work every day? Because that's where we spend most of our time and so it's important to reconsider whether the environment is conducive to the performance of the people who work there.


5 signs that indicate you need to change your workspace

Regardless of the size of the company, it is important to open ourselves to new ideas, perspectives and opinions. Sometimes the problem is there but we don't see it clearly. Identify if any of these situations are happening in your organization:

  1. Little or no productivity:

    Pay attention here. It is possible that the processes within your business are fulfilled in a timely manner, but what is the profit margin if they remain static? The idea is to do things well, in the most efficient way.

    In that sense, there may be no productivity if your collaborators lack tools or reasons that motivate them to improve their attitude and incentivize their performance.

    Remember that the greater the job satisfaction, the greater the employee's commitment.

  2. Absenteeism, sick leave, and staff turnover:

    How many hours do we spend sitting in front of the computer? This excessive physical effort, bad posture, psychosocial aspects related to a poor organization, a poorly planned space, among others, become muscle problems, illness, and stress.

    This, in turn, provokes definitive faults and casualties of the workers.

  3. Decomposed lines of communication:

    In workspaces that lack collaborative areas, there tends to be alienation between workers and, therefore, poor communication. However, there are more and more companies whose organizational structure is planned horizontally, rather than hierarchically.

    Thus, workspaces have been developed where managers share the environment with their collaborators, which generates a greater sense of belonging.

  4. Overcrowded collaborators in reduced spaces:

    We know that growth is part of any organization. However, increasing the staff without considering it previously during the planning of the space, will limit the functions and welfare of the workers.

    There are two possible solutions: moving to a larger location; or hiring a furnishing service that fits the space and reorganizes the elements.

  5. All of the above:

    Unfortunately, you may be going through all these situations, what to do about it?

    Workspace innovation increases the chances of improving collaborators' productivity and business results. How?

    By means of ergonomic and functional furniture, as well as a planning of the space according to the needs of the workers and the dimensions of the place.

    Changes are always for the better. Bear in mind that creating adequate workspaces brings multiple benefits such as talent retention, increased productivity, better results and business growth, as well as a culture that reflects the objectives of your business.

    Do you want to know how to transform a company's workspaces? Ask for advice with us Yes I do!

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