In the past, the word office or workplace in general was often related to some unattractive, cluttered space where people didn’t like to spend any additional time other than what was necessary to get the job done. It all started more than 150 years ago, with the process of industrialisation when owners didn’t care much about the conditions in which their employees were working. Luckily, modern business owners have realised that the safety and comfort of their employees directly affect their productivity. In addition, by creating a good working environment, they can be rest assured that their employees will remain loyal, happy and healthy. So, what exactly can each manager or business owner do in order to create such an atmosphere? Follow these modern office design tips to find out.
The office environment is changing. With more and more people being mobile and the explosion in social media, the office space has had to change to cope with the shift in dynamics, how people interact, and how modern teams now work.
This means no more working in silos and building office environments that encourage collaboration, co-working and making the most of the new technology that’s available. Here are some of the modern office trends of 2014 which are changing the way we work: