Kornelija Lysette. Office. March 13th , 2017.
If you work from home, you have the luxury of being able to decorate your work space with whatever inspires you, whether it is a colourful print, photographs, a pile of books or pictures stuck on a pin board above the desk, or plants & flowers. For a home office, striking the balance between homely and professional is often the key to staying organised and motivated. For those in corporate style offices, there is less opportunity to personalise the space, look for some funky desk accessories though that keep your workspace organised and inject some fun!
One of the best examples of virtual learning would be the Microsoft Virtual Academy. With virtual classrooms one need not worry about travelling to a class or pre-booking way in advance to attend a lecture. Anyone seeking to gain an edge in their field is only required to sign up to the course or live event of their choice and log in to 'attend' their lessons.
A report by the Commission for Architecture & the Built Environment (CABE) and the British Council for Offices (BCO) has revealed office interior design affects staff satisfaction, motivation and retention.
Natural light is important in a workspace. If you have an abundance of light, you will need to control it via window treatments and if you have limited natural light then make sure you make the most of it by placing your desk nearby. You will need additional task lighting, for the evenings or specific activities. Look for lights that you can move and control, an adjustable arm; spinning lamp and a nice bright light are key things to look for.
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