3 Things Every Employee Wants From an Office Fit Out

In large part, your office fit out should have your employee’s comfort at the forefront of the design. While a good layout will certainly have productivity at the heart of it, you can’t deny that a staff member will do much better when they’re in a cheerful mood.

Think about it.

Every day they leave their homes, travel to the office, and spend the majority of their time there. As you can imagine a pleasant work environment makes all the difference.

To help you understand how you can get the most out of your employees, it’s important to talk to them and find out what could brighten things up, but in the meantime, we’ve compiled a handy list of what most people want out of their office.

Planning an office fit out? Check out our blog post on the five top things you need to consider to stay on the right track.

What Employees Like Best in an Office Fit Out

1. A Layout To Encourage Socialising And Collaboration

Humans are social animals. It’s how you’ve got your company where it is today – by collaborating with a group of people.

Your staff don’t like to be cut off from each other as they go through their work day, and neither do they want to share too much of their personal space with the person next to them. It can a tough thing to balance, but it’s key to the perfect office design.

Don’t lock everybody away in cubicles and make sure communication is encouraged with an open plan. Create areas where spontaneous meetings can break out and allow your staff to enjoy some quiet time too.

Open Office Interior

2. A Place To Rejuvenate And Recharge

A decent break room is a must.

After a morning of hard work, your staff need to be able to get away from their desks to refresh both their bodies and their minds.

You don’t necessarily have to furnish your office interior design with the most expensive furniture, but you should make sure that it’s comfortable and spread out in a well-lit room that. The last thing your staff wants is to feel like they’re having their cup of tea in a closet.

On top of all that, some reliable hardware in the kitchen can go a long way to making your staff feel appreciated. A kettle, a fridge and a coffee machine are all basic items that can make your office  feel like a home away from home.

Office windows

3. Natural Light To Help Them Stay Focused

Everybody looks forward to when they finally have an office with a view, but it shouldn’t just be a bonus for doing good work. It’s no secret that natural light helps people perform at their best. If that wasn’t the case we’d all be working at night!

Today, a good office interior allows as much natural light into the environment as possible, sharing the sunshine with all of the staff.

You don’t always have the option to break down a wall or put in a skylight, but you can rearrange things to get as much use out of the windows you already have.

Getting the most from your office can be a lot of work, but you can get started when you make an appointment with our office fit our team.