A recent survey of more than 155,000 employees worldwide revealed almost half believe their office environment prevents them from working effectively. The survey by London-based workplace research firm Leesman found that 45 percent of office workers feel this way. For businesses, this does not only highlight a major productivity deficit, it also suggests that swathes of office workers are deeply unsatisfied with their workplace. In the era of the so-called ‘War on Talent’, offering anything less than an office where people love to work is a risk few companies can afford to take. Moreover, unhappy staff members can have a direct, negative impact on a firm’s bottom line.
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