14 Oct 14 2015

Incorporating plants into the office can be done for many reasons, but would you ever think workplace productivity as one of them? In a study from the University of Queensland, they found offices that included plants increased their employee productivity by 15% compared to an office with no plants. The co-author of the study, Professor Alex Haslam found that “employees were more satisfied with their workplace and reported increased concentration levels and better perceived air quality in an office with plants.”

Does this mean that to have happy and productive staff, you’ll to be bushwhacking through an office that looks more like a jungle than a workplace? Definitely not! Planters can easily be incorporated into the interior design of your office to create visual & acoustical separation, privacy, and let’s not forget – productivity.

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