Be one with the nature and increase your productivity with ProductivityPlus+ Zen Terrarium Display
Stress in the workplace is common. According to the American Institute of Stress, 80 percent of workers experience on-the-job stress. What’s more, 40 percent of employees said their job is “very” or “extremely” stressful.
Many studies have found that plants can decrease stress levels in the workplace. The “why” boils down to this: Plants affect human beings both physiologically and psychologically. And there’s a connection between the two.
Humans have an innate desire to be connected with nature,which scientists call‘biophilia’. Unfortunately, the spaces we tend to spend most of our days – workplaces – tend to be stripped of much of their connection to the natural environment.
Studies have shown that simply adding some greenery in the form of indoor plants can have major positive benefits for employees and their organisations.The same goes for remote or home workers, too.
Our ProductivityPlus+ Zen Terrarium Displayis a great office mood booster! It's not just aesthetically pleasant to the eyes it also scientifically proves tohelp alleviate stress and increase productivity!
Help reduce stress: A 2010 study by the new University of Technology, Sydney, found significant reductions in stress among workers when plants were introduced to their workspace. Results included a 37% fall in reported tension and anxiety; a 58% drop in depression or dejection; a 44% decrease in anger and hostility; and a 38% reduction in fatigue.
Help increase productivity: Employees’ productivity jumps 15% when previously ‘lean’ work environments are filled with just a handful of houseplants, according to 2014 research by the University of Exeter. Adding just one plant per square metre improved memory retention and helped employees score higher on other basic tests, said researcher Dr Chris Knight.
Help reduce sickness and absence rates: The 2015 Human Spaces report, which studied 7,600 offices workers in 16 countries, found that nearly two-thirds (58%) of workers have no live plants in their workspaces. Those whose environments incorporated natural elements reported a 15% higher wellbeing score and a 6% higher productivity score than employees whose offices didn’t include such elements.
Aesthetically pleasing:Makes the room look cozy and relaxing
Help clean air: While humans need oxygen to survive, plants absorb a gas we don’t need – carbon dioxide – and combine it with water and light to produce energy in a process called photosynthesis.
Help reduce noise level: By absorbing sounds (rather than insulating against noise pollution), plants help to reduce the distracting effects of background office chatter. Positioning larger plant pots, in multiple locations in the edges and corners of a room has the great positive benefit, according to a 1995 paper by researchers at London South Bank University.
Help boost creativity: The 2015 Human Spaces report also found that employees whose offices included natural elements scored 15% higher for creativity than those whose offices didn’t include such elements.
Note: Plants not included
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