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Getting employees moving is the first pillar of an Active Workspace™ — not only will your employees be more healthy, but they’ll also be more productive. Here are three ways to promote movement in your office.
With the exception of professional athletes, most workers are tethered to their desks all day and aren’t given the opportunity to move around.
For employees, this is a decidedly unhealthy situation. Movement — from a two-minute stroll around the office to sit-stand workstations that increase energy — can bring improvements in circulation, mental health and capacity, chronic back problems, cardiovascular performance, and more. For employers, a lack of employee movement renders an unproductive, inefficient staff that’s more likely to call in sick and become a burden to the company's health plan and bottom line. Small- to mid-sized businesses are especially at risk when employees call in sick, with 40 percent of them seeing a drop in efficiency.
Fortunately, this cyclical situation can be eradicated. By implementing an Active Workspace™ where movement — and the energy, productivity, and health benefits it creates — are ingrained in everything from office design to a company's culture, businesses can reignite their staff members by helping them get moving.
How to Get Your People Moving
From moving items like trash cans and printers to centralized locations, introducing water stations that keep people hydrated and promote more frequent bathroom breaks, or encouraging your employees to take the stairs, movement in the workspace doesn't have to be radical to be transformative. An Active Workspace is one that combines functional improvements with cultural directives. But to get started, employers need to understand why and know how to get their employees moving.
Creating movement through an Active Workspace may not be that difficult, but it results in some major changes that benefit everyone. Stay tuned as we dive deeper into the other three pillars of the Active Workspace in future blogs: Flexibility, Simplicity, and a Collaborative/Balanced culture.
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