Why Are Offices Different Now

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Offices had always been seen by many as bleak places where employees work to increase production. Nowadays, offices are known to be bright, cheery places to spend the day working and exchanging ideas with colleagues.

This change is due to the different ways that establishments are doing and making things. What are these changes that had been employed to make the office a better place to work?

Offices Today

A bright office that is conducive for open communication is often the result of making the physical place radiant. Elimination of physical barriers can lead to an open door policy within the workplace and is highly favourable to information exchange that is detrimental in maintaining production levels high.

Allowing ambient light from the outside exposes workers to much needed vitamin D which helps the immune system. This makes employees more healthy and able to work more! The UV-rays that is let in through glass systems instantly cleans the air and surroundings of the office.

Glass In The Workplace

There are many benefits to having glass within the office. Elimination of boundaries, allowing outside light, and promoting health to employees are great ways to help maintain high levels of output from everyone in the office.

Made from safety A-grade glass, it is now safe to have glass partitions, glass shelves, frameless glass systems, as well as glass table tops within the office. This brings a compounded plus to an establishment – good healthy employees plus high levels of production and bright and elegant environment. Now who would not want to work in this kind of workplace?

Call the experts in commercial glazing needs. Get in touch with Jim’s Glass at 131 546 and get your free measure and quote today. Change your work environment for the better!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Why Are Offices Different Now

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