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Inspiring confidence and wellbeing with the perfect workplace experience

Hybrid working, once considered a privilege, has since become standardised across the working world. Modern employees now command more flexibility in their work environment, and the critical role of the modern workplace has changed — favouring physical and mental wellbeing, identity and confidence.

At Livv, we explore this evolving workplace trend to provide valuable insights into creating inspiring workplaces, supporting worker individuality and inspiring brand confidence - all within a seamlessly operating workplace.

Wellbeing is a broad term — indeed, many employees will have differing ideas of what wellbeing entails or looks like. However, there is one unanimous truth: the wellbeing of employees can significantly impact the success of an organisation.

Poor employee wellbeing can result in decreased productivity, increased absenteeism, and high turnover rates – and they’re only the tip of the iceberg. To combat this, organisations can create positive workplace experiences that cater to their employees' needs and foster a sense of engagement, happiness, and individuality.

  1. Understanding Employee Workplace Needs: A seamless and supportive workplace is one that considers its workers as customers, making their everyday tasks as effortless as possible. Something as simple as booking a meeting room, for example, could be streamlined with technological tools and software.

  2. Enhancing the Senses: The workplace environment can have a significant impact on an employee's mood and wellbeing. Incorporating elements like sound, smell, and taste can enhance the overall workplace experience and boost employee satisfaction, while also inspiring confidence and individuality.

  3. Flexible Workplace Design: With the norm of flexible working, employees will require different work settings to cater to different tasks. A well-designed workplace should offer spaces for thinking and collaboration, focus areas, and workstations to accommodate different work modes, inspiring employees to work in a way that suits their individual needs.

  4. Sustaining Capital Expenditure (CapEx) Budget: While workplace design budgets may be seen as a one-time expense, the needs of the workplace are ever-evolving. It's crucial to have an annual budget for continual development and adaptation, accommodating the changing needs of employees and operating seamlessly to support their wellbeing.

All these elements should be integrated into an organisation's Corporate Responsibility strategy as the workplace and workplace experience are intertwined. It's essential to have a team responsible for both to ensure seamless and inspiring workplaces that support employee confidence and individuality.

There are many ways to support employee wellbeing through effective workplace design, and this article barely scratches the surface. Quick wins can be implemented to help businesses operate seamlessly, inspire confidence and make a positive impact on employee wellbeing and individuality.



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