How Improved Air Quality Can Boost Commercial Marketing Efforts
November 14, 2021Back to All Articles
As healthcare concerns associated with air quality rise every day, it’s also become something that employees pay close attention to when choosing which company to work for. Headaches from poor air quality in a workspace have been known to affect thousands of people.
It can be important to make sure that your business stays ahead of the competitive curve by investing in improved indoor air quality before employees start noticing the fault in their workspace.
Several factors that eventually do affect your business performance, including employee engagement and job satisfaction, can be linked to indoor air quality.
Here are three ways you can improve the air quality within your workspace in an affordable way and in a way that also boosts your marketing efforts.
Get Rid of the Clutter
A cluttered workspace poses an unpleasant scene that can be a turn-off for potential employees, and sometimes visiting clients, too. It also accumulates a host of air pollutants and dust particles, aggravating allergies and causing headaches and increased irritability.
Add Some Sunshine and Some Greenery
An important aspect of an indoor space that can add a lot of aesthetic appeal while amplifying air quality is ventilation. Ventilation can also decide the amount of sunshine coming in.
Glass walls, doors, and windowpanes can all serve as great sources of sunshine for potted plants that can also purify the air and create a great display for interior décor.
Invest in Quality Filters
Investing in high-quality filters can help keep employees safe and even improve the air quality by reducing the number of substances circulating from biological expiration. Air filters also do a great job of accumulating particles that can otherwise cause irritation of eyes or nose.
Among other cognitive effects, indoor and outdoor air pollutants can irritate pre-existing medical conditions or even create new ones. When people are too sick to come in for work, it can disrupt the office environment and make it difficult to maintain project schedules. Improving the air quality in your work place will help the office in the long run.