Did you know that lighting not only affects visual conditions, but also has an effect on biological functions and emotions?
Light directly influences the amount of melatonin a person produces, contributing to motivation and happiness.
If your office still relies primarily on overhead fluorescent lighting, it may be affecting the productivity of your employees.
Have you ever asked your employees how the lighting in your office affects them or about their lighting preferences? It’s a conversation worth having since poor lighting can lead to eye fatigue and the myriad of symptoms that accompany it.
Making a few adjustments to your office lighting can make a huge difference in employees’ productivity and comfort during the workday. Here are a few tips for creating a more productive workspace for your employees: http://ow.ly/NfKi8.