Posts tagged 'productivity'

Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

It takes courage to be yourself. But if we try and embrace what makes us unique at work – everybody wins, says Katinka Magnussen “Just

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Study finds unexpected work chats boost productivity for over an hour

Kadence study reveals how chance encounters between colleagues are vital for wellbeing and performance As organisations begin to test different hybrid working styles, new data

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Why blue space is the new biophilia in office design

‘Biophilia’ aka ‘green space’, has been a buzzword in the office design sphere over the last few years. However, the provision of ‘blue space’ –

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Five simple ways businesses can promote health at work

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE Facilities managers, designers and office architects have long known that creating a positive work environment can boost a business’ overall performance. To do

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Quality water provision with peace of mind for office managers nationwide

From responsive lighting and interactive break rooms to instant filtered drinking water systems, modern offices are full of mod-cons designed to make employees’ work-life as

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The open-plan office isn’t the enemy – it’s how we use it that matters

For decades the trend among workplaces has seen employees moving out of individual offices and into open-plan spaces. This has not always been successful, with

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How to create a dynamic workspace to drive performance

Designing a dynamic workspace that combines visual interests and playfully clashed colours can encourage and stimulate a positive emotional response from employees. Jason Holmes, Head

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Reputations

By Mark Eltringham Taylorism, or “scientific management”, refers to American engineer Frederick W Taylor’s ideas to improve productivity in factories at the beginning of the

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