Pictured: Dale Office Interiors completed a successful fit out at Gordons LLP, adding colour, light and comfort to the workspace.
You may be unsure whether your office would really benefit from a fresh interior, but here are a few pointers worth considering:
The way your staff feel has a huge impact on their work and on the business, so making the environment in which they work attractive and comfortable can pay dividends.
Happy and comfortable employees are more productive at work, as numerous studies have shown, which means increased profits for the business.
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A bright, clean office will have a positive impact on both current and potential clients and talent. First impressions count for a lot in business so it’s well worth investing.
Reviewing your overall workspace layout and planning how best to use the available space is key to a successful fit out. Remember that partitions can be used to better define areas or to give extra privacy where needed.
Making even small improvements to technology in the workplace, such as investing in faster wifi or in a couple of communal tablet devices can boost staff motivation and improve efficiency and productivity as a result.
Does your office sufficiently reflect your brand and company principles? It should. A refreshed interior incorporating the right colours can leave a lasting impact on staff and clients alike.
Alongside the clear aesthetic benefits, a fit out can help the environment too. It provides an excellent opportunity to reduce energy consumption within the company and install energy efficient fixtures, fittings and equipment.
As a company becomes more successful it often needs to recruit staff to manage the growing workload. Typically, the addition of extra bodies leads bosses to feel that they’ve outgrown their current office space and make an instant decision to relocate—despite this not always being necessary.
Office fit outs can be broadly categorised into three different types. On this page, we give a definition of those three types and explain the important differences between them.
Independent research by Dale Office highlights how businesses are increasingly recognising the benefits of accommodating flexible working arrangements through office design.