We relocated large plants that were intended to spruce up hallways, but were actually giving cubicled employees a little claustrophobia.
We moved extra chairs out of the conference room—chairs that helped when large meetings were necessary, but made the room cramped on other occasions.
We moved a table out of the kitchen—a table that housed a few newspapers but left employees with less space to sit down.
Without building an addition, or purchasing another building, we created more space and a little variety. It's something to try the next time you want a little change of scenery. It will also give employees a more comfortable working area to spark their creativity.
SOURCE: Todd Raphael, Online Editor, Workforce.