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How Good Office Design Can Recharge Your Company's Culture (Infographic)

Survey shows that most business owners are not satisfied with their workplace culture. Here's how you can improve it.

A healthy company culture is important for any business interested in both attracting and retaining talent. But that doesn't mean companies always get it right. 

Seventy-two percent of entrepreneurs polled recently report feeling unsatisfied with their company culture as it currently stands, according to turnstone, an office furniture retailer, which compiled the survey. Separately, some 30 percent of owners find it difficult to build a really motivated team, and many wish to have more office perks for their employees. 

This infographic summarizes how the more than 500 small businesses owners surveyed by turnstone define company culture and offers advice on how you can create a happier and more productive workplace:


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Last updated: Aug 6, 2014

YOLANDA LU

Yolanda Lu (Yun Lu; she usually goes by her Spanish name, Yolanda) is an editorial intern at Inc.com. Originally from Beijing, she is pursuing her master?s degree in business journalism at New York University. Lu is interested in the booming startup scene in NYC and enjoys meeting founders and investors over coffee. She?s also into digital media and learns to code in her spare time.




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