How to Be Productive at Work [Infographic]


David KeaneDirector of Davitt Corporate Partners

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

For tips and tricks on how to beat the work slump, take a look at this handy infographic on workplace productivity.

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How to Be Productive at Work [Infographic]

Are you struggling to stay on top of your workload? Staying late to just tick one more thing of your ever-growing to-do list? The good news is that it needn’t be this way. Studies over the years have revealed a myriad of little changes you can make today to help you achieve more in less time. Check out this infographic from Davitt Corporate Partners to discover how you can make your workspace a more productive space.  

The factors affecting your productivity

One major contributor to productivity levels is workplace design. Research has found that factors such as light, color, sound and temperature can have an effect on productivity and focus. For a productivity quick-fix, why not try decluttering your desk or getting a plant?

Another significant factor is posture – how you sit at your desk can have a surprisingly significant impact on your output. If you feel your energy ebbing and your mind meandering, experts suggest switching up your posture or moving about. The below infographic lays out some simple, desk-based exercises you can try out. 

The office of the future: A productivity hive

Many employers have integrated interior design and ergonomic principles as a key part of their productivity strategies. As a result, the workplaces of today are undergoing a significant transformation. Gone are the cubicles and fluorescent lighting. Instead, the modern offices promote productivity, collaboration and focus through the use of abundant natural light, flexible seating and relaxed break areas. 

How to Be Productive at Work [Infographic]

David Keane

My name is David Keane, I am the director of Davitt Corporate Partners – an organization based in Dublin, Ireland. We work with employees and employers to make them work more effectively.


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