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Most corporate offices are made up of fluorescent lights, bare beige walls, dated technology, and the dreaded cube farm. But some companies like Facebook, Google and Box—offer employees much more creative, colorful and conducive workspaces.
A relaxed workplace can benefit your small business by enhancing job satisfaction and reducing stress. Stress can cause early burnout, health problems, inability to focus and workplace conflicts. A strong manager strives to reduce stress to healthy levels. Fair expectations and a sense of responsibility, which provide healthy stress, instill a drive for success in employees. This helps employees to contribute more insights and strive to increase their responsibilities, maximizing the potential of a small group of staff.
A workplace culture in which people have a relaxed, friendly attitude toward one another typically raises productivity. Employees spend less time feeling stressed about social interactions and handling conflicts, and more time collaborating and working effectively. Creating a relaxed, close-knit workplace culture is much easier in a small business than in a large one, so don’t pass up this opportunity. Allowing employees to “cyberloaf” — spend time surfing the Internet — seems to benefit employees too by refreshing their minds.
Office workers may spend entire days indoors, and many decorate their workspaces with plants or pictures of natural settings to compensate for lack of a window view. In one study, people in windowless workspaces introduced twice as many nature elements to their work area as those who had window views of natural areas.
Office workers report that plants make for more attractive, pleasant, and healthy work environments, but what impact do plants and nature views have on work performance? Studies show improved employee morale, decreased absenteeism, and increased worker efficiency result from such workplace enhancements. Having plants within view of workstations decreases both illness incidence, and the amount of self-reported sick leave. One study found that workers with workstation views that included green elements were more satisfied at work and had more patience, less frustration, increased enthusiasm for work, and fewer health problems. Not having nature views or indoor plants are associated with higher levels of tension and anxiety in office workers.