Needing to boost employee productivity, happiness or creativity?
More than 50 percent of all U.S. workers are disengaged at work according to zippa, which will evidently create a negative work environment, and can cause a company to lose money. According to new research conducted by smarp, seventy one percent of executives say that employee engagement is critical to their company’s success. If you could increase your company’s profits by $2,400 per employee per year, would you?
Thankfully, there are ways you can engage your employees without spending a fortune. Create a new and dynamic workplace is one of these ways. And in our current COVID-19 climate, your employees might be working from home, and you would not need to disturb their daily tasks with bringing in contractors to your space.
Repainting your office walls will not solve all your issues. However, updating your colors to enhance happiness, creativity, and productivity does have a lot of benefits. It’s been proven that the environment we surround ourselves in has a profound effect on our moods.
Green may evoke the motivation to strive for improvement and mastering of tasks, which in turn could facilitate growth. If your employees need to grasp an intelligent solution or need innovative inspiration, a touch of green in your office may be the best color for creativity. The color gray, however, may not too much to boost wellbeing and should be used in small amounts in an office environment. You can still use gray but may find it best to offset it by using a brighter color, such as yellow or red.
Increasing Employee Productivity
Due to its soothing attributes, Blue can calm the mind since and will aid in concentration and mind stimulation, thus leading to more productivity. The blue color palette can help in keeping focused while doing repetitive tasks.
More Happiness in Your Day
Yellow is the color of happiness, hope and sunshine. However, it also has conflicting associations. If yellow is overused in an area, it may have a disturbing effect, such as loss of focus. It can also cause people to become demanding and critical. In short, be careful with its overuse. Perhaps using accents that incorporate yellow would be the best option.
You may decide to keep it simple and stay with a basic white or just need to get rid of all the scuff marks, dings, and dents. A fresh coat of paint to your office walls will help it look crisp and clean. Your employees will feel better when working in the office, and your clients will be greeted with a great first impression. Especially if it’s been painted professionally.
And remember, R&J Painting LLC offers a complementary color consultant with a professional designer to clients that need assistance in choosing the right scheme for their office environment.