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Your interior designer should also provide you with sound recommendations on your new office layout should any changes be necessary. There are countless ways to rearrange office furniture and appliances to create a cozier working environment. Partitions can also be put in place to divide different areas for separate purposes. By arranging cubicles and furniture economically, you can potentially save up on lots of unused space. Less space means less coverage, which would indirectly mean less maintenance costs. Unused spaces can be closed off as storage or partitioned off temporarily should the need to use it arise in the future.
In terms of conserving space, it is likely that you have a multitude of electronic items in your work space. It is important to make sure that these cords aren't jumbled into a pile that has been shoved out of sight and out of mind behind your desk. Sooner or later, you will need to move something and a jumble of cords will be facing you! Considering getting cord and cable rollers, things that can bundle those cords together for you. Bundling your cords together will create a more polished and clear appearance and you might be surprised how much this helps your productivity!
People are competitive by nature and when you give them a reason to work harder to win, theyre likely to do just that. Through gamification, you can get better results for a small additional expense. Offer regular perks like gift cards or prizes for team members who score highest on customer feedback surveys or resolve tickets quickly. Youll likely find not only do these contests improve your results, they keep communication flowing through your team. This same approach can also be applied to your companys competition with others. If one of your competitors wins an award, let your team know theyre the one to beat next year. If customer satisfaction rankings dont put your business at the top, communicate your goal to change that and your employees will have something pushing them.
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