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The impact of office comfort on productivity

by Barry P Haynes
Journal of Facilities Management ()
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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to evaluate the impact that office comfort has on office occupiers' productivity. The author evaluates the literature that claims to make a linkage between the physical comfort of the office environment and the effect on the productivity of the office occupiers. Office comfort will initially be discussed as a generic concept and subsequently be broken down into sub-components. The review of the literature reveals that the evaluation of office comfort is a complex one. There appears to be no universally accepted definition of office comfort, and there is a clear lack of agreement as to how office comfort should be measured. This paper establishes that, there is enough evidence to support the claim that office comfort can affect productivity.

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