Definition: Office Design is the process of designing and organizing a workplace to optimize worker performance, wellbeing and safety.
It ecompasses all components and elements of a workspace that are both decorative and functional. In an office workplace, employers increasingly focus on designing environments that optimize employee wellness like air quality, lighting elements, layout, color choices, ergonomics and stress reduction, as well as connectivity between employees. In industrial settings, workplace design focuses on ensuring workers can safely perform various jobs and efficiently conduct emergency safety procedures.
Also called Workplace Design.
More on work/job design: Job Enlargement, Job Enrichment, Job Rotation, Parkinson's Law, Work Design.
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