How to Transform a Boring Office Setting into a Fun, Flexible Workspace [Infographic]

Employees spend most of their day at the office (unless, of course, they are freelancers or are allowed to work remotely), so naturally, they’d prefer to be in an office setting that boosts their creativity and performance.

When a workforce is productive a company prospers, after all. And thanks to the prominence of wireless connectivity and mobile hotspots, flexible workspaces have become more commonplace over the last several years. It’s now a lot simpler to complete tasks on an easy-to-carry laptop or tablet – versus sitting across from a cumbersome desktop PC all day, counting the hours until you can leave.

This type of flexible office workspace design in gaining steam and has already been adopted by many of our country’s largest corporations – like Facebook, Google, and Apple, to name a few. This brings credence to the fact that flexible workspaces benefit both the company and the company’s employees. When an employee isn’t bound to a cubicle, and is allowed to change places, sit, stand, roam, and/or interact with their co-workers, they tend to be happier. A workspace that adapts to the employee’s needs can offer relief – and even promote feelings of physical comfort – when it allows employees to take control of how and where they work.

Check out this cutting-edge infographic below, compliments of the Figari Group, and learn more about why adopting a flexible workspace can help keep your employees productive. More >>