What Causes Productivity To Slow Down

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At the end of the day, only the numbers matter. When we talk about numbers, we mean productivity that your clients are expecting of you, and this will determine your revenue.

Illness, lighting, and psychological barriers can be the top issues that plague your productivity. Finding out ways of solving them could mean an increase in production and profit that you and your employees can be happy about.

Solving Issues

Illness is caused by microbes and lowered immune system. Increasing the body’s immune resistance will make a person healthier. Poor lighting limits productivity as your employees would not be able to complete what they are doing when their eyesight is limited. Psychological barriers inhibit a person to grow and explore on his own.

Frameless glass windows allow natural light in. Sunlight is known to increase the synthesis of vitamin D that can help boost the immune response of the body and help guard against illnesses. Ultraviolet rays from sunlight also help kill harmful germs, preventing the spread of sickness in the office.

Glass partitions allow privacy as it effectively takes away psychological barriers, promotes camaraderie, and effective exchange of information between your employees. This also lets light pass through without the solid, heavy lines of wooden or concrete walls and can make lighting within the office more efficient.

Breaking Barriers

Getting barriers away and letting the sun in is a great help to any work ambiance. Nothing beats working in a beautiful and elegant environment! Made of safety glass, you can be assured that yours and your employees’ safety always comes first.

Put your trust in the name that most businesses entrust their professional glazing needs. Call Jim’s Glass at 131 546 and let’s get you started to increased productivity and revenue today!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass What Causes Productivity To Slow Down

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia