Deciding to work from home doesn't always come with a plan. Some might slowly segue into having a home office while others might have an in-depth design plan from where the paper clips go to how much to budget.
Whether you are the former, the latter, or somewhere in between, transforming your home office is a great way to improve your workspace and, thus, your comfort and productivity.
Research has shown that a great workplace is not just about having the right tools anymore; it's also about your experience in the office. Organizations that improve their employee experiences are enjoying much higher levels of engagement and productivity, according to Gensler's 2019 Workplace Survey.
So if you want to improve your engagement and productivity, you might be due for a home office overhaul.