Future Work Places Will Develop Creativity

The growing challenges, aggressive and competitive markets and industry standards have made the work place a stress full place, where employees are not taken care of and face depression and health issues.  A stressed out, unhappy employee is not a productive one. Everyone feels overwhelmed and stressed from time to time, but if you’re not careful, even small stressors can end up damaging your employee’s health.

Tech has grown out of the garage. A variety of technological is used to revolutionize the workplace of the future. Shiny new workplaces are springing up. But, instead of being out of this world, the next wave of offices is down to earth–and, to a greater extent, designed around employees’ needs and specific company cultures.

The right workspace can greatly increase employee peace of mind and productivity. Take a look at these design offices, which have adapted to ensure employees never lack creativity:

Google

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Adobe

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Cartoon Network

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Microsoft

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Microsoft

Infosys

 Infosys

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Facebook

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Employees gather at the IT service desk at the new headquarters of Facebook in Menlo Park, California January 11, 2012. The 57-acre campus, which formerly housed Sun Microsystems, features open work spaces for nearly 2,000 employees on the one million square foot campus, with room for expansion. Picture taken January 11, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith  (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) (Newscom TagID: rtrlfour997350) [Photo via Newscom]

Groupon

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