The benefits of investing in a healthy office
86% of an organization's productivity problems stem from the work environment. Issues such as furniture, layout, ventilation and the presence of natural elements can be decisive in employee well-being, when it comes to their creativity and in their commitment to a company.
This is clear from the studies on performance and workspaces carried out by the Biomechanics Institute of Valencia (IBV). The environment in which we perform our work, and its conditions, are key. In fact, even by improving something as simple as lighting can increase productivity by up to 20%, according to some studies.
And when it comes to well-being, ergonomics is vital; work chairs and tables designed to foster good posture that favour the human body’s natural movement.