How Office Culture Affects Business Productivity

The way business is conducted continues to evolve (ie: improved technology, shifting needs, etc.). It’s important to understand that the base of all business relationships lie with a strong foundation that puts elements such as mutual respect and effective coverage and protection for everyone at the forefront.

So, how does office culture fit into everything? It helps to tie all of these concepts together.  Energy plays a big part in how office culture within any given environment is facilitated. How do employees feel when the walk in for the day? Are they comfortable interacting with each other? Is there a feeling of safety/peace of mind in knowing that the right protective measures are in place?

Culture & Productivity

A recent study called The Study of Happiness noted that “happy employees are 85 percent more efficient, creating a measurable impact on engagement, retention, safety, wellness, employer brand and even cost control goals.” (source: The more an employer can facilitate a genuinely happy, positive, safe and comfortable work environment, the more likely the employees will actively do everything they can for the benefit of the business.

Benefits and coverage designed specifically to protect the space and individuals of a particular business serve to encourage a workplace team to be even more productive. When people feel cared for, they’ll reciprocate those feelings. At Palladium we offer a comprehensive selection of coverage to promote the best office culture possible. Learn more about some of our products, and let us earn your trust.

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