Low employee engagement is becoming a problem and is not only causing unproductive workplaces, but causing a lot of stress for both employees and management. In this infographic, Officevibe looks at 10 shocking statistics about employee engagement.
Have you ever noticed within your place of work that people tend to sit in all manner of positions? Some might say we adopt such positions based on our personality. The folks at ChairOffice have decided to put a humorous spin on this and present to you, “The 10 Types of Office Sitter.” Can you relate to any of the sitting positions below?
The AMC television show Mad Men does a great job glorifying the advertising industry of the 1960s but it’s interesting to think how that office would look in today’s world. Aside from the dress and cultural changes, much of the office technology employed in the times of Don Draper-esque office life has advanced and grown through time. Many of the processes of that era were laborious and slow while today’s technologies focus on efficiency and speed.
Keeping clean and healthy in the office may be harder than you think. Did you know that 1 in 3 office workers have witnessed co-workers leaving restrooms without washing their hands? Or how about 53% of Americans don’t wash their hands after exchanging money? Or even The average person touches 300 surfaces every 30 minutes, exposing themselves to 840,000 germs?
The paperless office has been deemed inevitable over the last 20 years. So why, despite these predictions, have office stubbornly stood still? Several factors contribute to the staying power of paper-based workplaces, however changing consumer attitudes suggest that offices everywhere could finally be ready to enter the “digital age.” This infographic from Nitro, Inc. explores this issue.