Office managers since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution have tried to find any way possible to boost the productivity of their workers. This is not surprising: as competition in a market continue to grow stiffer with demand rising, being more productive and more efficient than your competitor brings the company to the top and keeps it there.
With the introduction of computers and the internet, many companies simply assumed that worker productivity would boost naturally, providing more product while lessening the strain on employees. However, as we have seen, work has gotten more difficult, due to the growth of things that can be done with the internet in a single day.
Employers now are trying to find ways to boost worker productivity while protecting their right and allowing the employees to be happy and healthy. One of the steps many are taking is in regards to windows, adding tint to office space to boost productivity and maintain the comfort for the workers to be at their best.
But does it work?
As it turns out, tinting windows does boost productivity rates. This is for a variety of reasons, but the number one reason is that tinting helps keep heat out of the workplace, providing greater comfort for the employee to work. If the worker is uncomfortably hot in the summer, their productivity will naturally decrease, but if they stay cool it will be maintained at a good level or even rise.
A second reason is that window tinting can prevent the sun’s rays from causing unnecessary glare on the computer screen. At times, glare can be so small but still bothersome enough that it can cause headaches in workers, forcing them to leave early or not come in at all. Reducing the glare can maintain the worker’s health and mental wellbeing, allowing for them to be as productive as possible.
Finally, offices with window tints look good. It is little surprise that some of the most intelligent people in the world have been educated at the most beautiful universities in the world: the more beautiful and cared for environment, the better the individual will perform. This is the same ideal with office workspaces: if you maintain a good looking office, with window tinting that can provide better shade, light, and temperature to the office, the workers will be more productive.
With these in mind, it is a good idea to consider tinting the windows to your office. It will help increase worker productivity and keep you at the top of the market for the foreseeable future.