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Want Your Workers to be More Productive? Get Comfortable Office Furniture! May 26, 2010

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It’s pretty obvious that you’re happier when you’re comfortable. You feel good which keeps you happy and energetic and ready for productivity. Understandably, being comfortable also sometimes makes you want to do nothing but relax, but most of the time being comfortable is the key to being productive. That’s why so many offices make sure that they have the best furniture for their employees. An uncomfortable employee is an unhappy employee that likely will not yield their best work ethic.

The right motivation can make all the difference when it comes to the workplace and the right chair/furniture is a big factor in that. From the physical aspect, if a worker is uncomfortable then their focus will be on how uncomfortable they are (not to mention, the soreness of their back and bottom). This takes them out of thinking about their work and instead shifts it to their discomfort. Considering that most office workers sit in their chairs for upwards of eight hours, it can take its toll if it’s not a good piece. A painful body leads to a pained employee and that just ends up hurting the entire productivity of the office itself.

Studies have shown that the more comfortable a piece of office furniture is, the more productive it makes the workers. From a psychological standpoint, being comfortable makes the employee feel appreciated and picking the right furniture has even gone on to show that it can help maintain employees. This is because employees are more likely to stay someplace in which management cares about little things like their general comfort.

Productivity is the lifeblood of any workplace and furniture helps to keep workers productive and happy. So if you want your workers to be productive then get some comfortable furniture for the office. It makes all the difference.


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