These simple workplace design changes can help companies reach their bottom line
from Fast Company
A new IIDA survey found a correlation between office design and the bottom line. The survey revealed that more than half of its participants are in managerial or professional-level positions who spend most of their working time in an office leased or owned by their employer. Respondents to the survey exhibited attitudes that suggest there is a strong correlation between good office design and retention. "There is absolutely a correlation," says Cheryl Durst, executive vice president and CEO of IIDA. Both anecdotal information and this "statistically rigorous study" point to the connection between well-designed workplaces, employee engagement, and productivity. So what should companies focus on if they want to use workplace design as a retention tool? Here are five places to start.
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