We couldn’t be more thrilled to share some incredible news about our inspace AI-Driven Workplace Platform!
We couldn’t be more thrilled to share some incredible news about our inspace AI-Driven Workplace Platform!
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Unlock the Power of a Connected Workplace: 6 Simple Initiatives to Boost Productivity and Employee Satisfaction

Discover the benefits of a connected workplace and how to create a supportive, productive, and inclusive environment for your team. Learn about 6 simple initiatives with big impact.

A positive culture is more important than ever in today's workplace environment. Employees need to be supported in their emotional, intellectual, and physical needs to be focused and productive at work. The growing number of hybrid and remote workers makes this undertaking a little more challenging. Luckily, there are simple things leaders can do to create a positive workplace, no matter where or how employees choose to work.

1. Hosting team-building activities

Research has shown that team-building activities can increase productivity by up to 20%. Organizing events such as company outings, team lunches, or team-building workshops can help employees build relationships and foster a sense of community in the workplace.

2. Encouraging open communication

A study by Harvard Business Review found that companies with open and transparent communication outperformed their peers by as much as 25%. Providing an open and inclusive environment that encourages employees to share their ideas and opinions can help foster a sense of community and connection in the workplace.

3. Offering flexible work arrangements

A survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) found that 77% of employees felt that a flexible work arrangement would make them feel more connected to their workplace. Offering flexible work arrangements, such as flexible schedules or remote work options, can help employees balance their work and personal lives, increasing job satisfaction and a stronger sense of connection to the workplace.

4. Providing opportunities for professional development

A study by the Association for Talent Development found that organizations that invest in employee development outperformed their peers by up to 218%. Providing opportunities for employees to grow and develop their skills can benefit the individual and the organization as a whole.
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5. Creating cross-functional teams

A study by McKinsey & Company found that organizations that encourage cross-functional collaboration are 70% more likely to implement new projects successfully. Assigning employees to work on cross-functional teams can help break down silos and encourage collaboration. This can lead to increased knowledge sharing and a greater sense of community among employees.

6. Encouraging social events

A study by the University of Warwick found that happy employees are 12% more productive. Hosting regular social events, such as happy hours or potluck dinners, can allow employees to connect outside of work. These events can help foster a sense of camaraderie and improve employee morale.

Provide the best workplace experience

A positive workplace starts with a positive culture. Leaders can ensure their employees are supported by giving them the tools they need to succeed and making them feel valued.

If you’re looking for a tool to help you improve your workspace productivity and experience, we’d love to help. View a demo to learn more about inspace, or start a free trial to get started today.

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