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Office Enhancements That Give Your Company a Unique Edge - Brett Clawson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Office Enhancements That Give Your Company a Unique Edge

The modern working world looks a lot different than it did a few decades ago. Shifting attitudes among younger professionals and the rise of digital consumerism have made a landscape that is a bit more fun and engaging than it was in the past. Instead of silent offices packed with cubicles and people in monochromatic attire, workspaces in the modern age are usually designed to make everyone feel comfortable, connected, and happy to come to their jobs each day. If you’re thinking about enhancing your office, you might want to think outside the box to see better results. 

Whether you want to make a drastic change to the office or some simple adjustments for improved functionality, there are some great ideas worth consideration. Explore these options to find the inspiration you need for your own office.


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Alternatives to Chairs

Most people have probably head the recent reports about how bad sitting at a desk for long durations can be to the mind and body. Some outlets claim that sitting can be worse for your health in the long run than smoking cigarettes. With these staggering stats coming out, companies all over are adjusting the way that they have their employees go about daily tasks. Instead of the traditional and uncomfortable desk chair, businesses of all sizes are taking time to invest in more helpful alternatives aimed at increasing a person’s daily comfort levels.

One option that has become quite popular is the standing desk. This is a device that allows a person the ability to stand while he or she works, bringing the desk to a higher elevation that makes it easy to type on a keyboard without sitting. Of course, some employees might not want to stand all day, so it should not be a mandatory move. Take time to research the various trends related to office chairs and get a better feel for what options you have. Providing a few choices to your employees can make everyone feel noticed and appreciated.

A Way To Cool Down 

Companies these days are taking all sorts of unique approaches to office design. Some industries are all about luxury and experience. If you run such a business, why not consider adding a pool to your office? Whether used as a prime spot to host corporate gatherings or a place where employees can get in some exercise to reduce work-related stress, a pool can be a great addition to your office. All you need to do is research pool construction in Las Vegas to get a better feel for how the process will work for your building.

A Place for Relaxation

The break room at a business is usually a place for employees to eat meals, socialize, and get away from their desks for a moment of peace. Of course, this space is rarely a quiet haven for someone in need of a real break. Since stress levels at work can be damaging to a person’s general health and overall satisfaction with a job, companies are beginning to understand the importance of “relaxation rooms.” Unlike a break room, where noise is hard to control, a relaxation room is meant to be a quiet place that encourages a calm attitude.

Some companies will use rooms like this for daily guided meditation or activities like yoga. As more corporate entities get involved with health initiatives, it has become more commonplace to give workers a few opportunities to engage with activities like yoga in the workplace. If you don’t yet have this type of program in place, consider how adding a relaxation space to your company might be able to encourage a culture that is free of stress and in alignment with the needs of men and women who work there.

Think About Your Unique Needs

To see success while you are making adjustments and enhancements to your office, take time to consider what makes the most sense for your company’s unique needs. The more you focus on the daily operations of your business, the easier it will be to understand which options will suit your organization the best. 

Publish Date: March 3, 2020 9:27 PM

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