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Your Office Design Process: Are You Supporting Employee Engagement

When a workplace makes changes to the designs and the styles, it usually means there will be changes for the employees as well. When executive do consider making changes to the office, sometimes they think that making changes will demotivate their employees or cause more interruptions during the work hours.

However, integrating something new into your office will help you find ways to engage your employees. Employee engagement is something that you certainly do not want to lose. Employees who are disengaged are employees who will not be productive. If you are already working with a tight budget, it is important that you do everything you can to engage your employees. 

Excitement and Engagement

Although doing exciting work can certainly keep employees engaged and alert on the job, you can not really control what will get your employees excited and what things will not get them excited. However, you can control the areas they are working in. Office design is an important piece of your workplace puzzle, but it is not the only piece you should worry about. 

Are You Going To Include Your Employees?

When you are considering new floors, new office furniture, new lighting, etc., you are looking for things that will keep your employees engaged, right? So it makes sense that you would allow them to have a say in the new office design process.

When you include your employees in the process, not only will you be able to provide them with the tools and resources they need, but you will also contribute to a rise in your company’s production levels. 

Employees who are disengaged everyday will cost your company more money than you may realize. So it certainly makes plenty of sense to encourage them to be engaged in the office design process. You may be redesigning a current space or you may have decided to move into a whole new space. Whatever your workplace area is, you should encourage everyone to remain engaged in the process. 

If you need additional information on how Tangram Interiors can work with your workplace to improve productivity and employee engagement, contact us today.