Corporate Flowers Increases Productivity, Reduces Stress

Boosting productivity in the workplace is as easy as placing fresh blooms in the office. The daily pressures of a busy office can be stressful and can often lead to a lack of productivity and illness. Receiving weekly corporate flower deliveries will benefit your business and your employees greatly.

A study conducted by Dr. Roger S. Ulrich of Texas A&M University suggests that the presence of flowers in the workplace make people feel calmer and happier, helping to combat stress.

In his study, he found that participants in an office with flowers and plants were 12 percent more productive and less stressed than participants working without the presence of flowers. Some evidence has also suggested that the presence of flowers can lower blood pressure and reduce sick days. Flowers also create a cleaner atmosphere. Flowers and green foliage reduce the carbon dioxide in the air and act as a natural filter. Most offices recycle air through air conditioners and heating systems, which can result in germs, carbon dioxide and dryness circulating through the air. A high concentration of carbon dioxide decreases the oxygen levels in the blood, which can reduce the flow of oxygen to the brain.

An excess of carbon dioxide in the air can make employees drowsy.

Introducing plants and flowers into the workplace can reduce carbon dioxide significantly, keeping your employees healthy and productive. Bringing the outdoors inside also boosts creativity. Studies have shown that the closer we are to nature, the more innovative we become. Even simple weekly corporate flower deliveries will help employees generate ideas and makes it easier to troubleshoot problems. Having floral arrangements in your business or office will also entice your customers to spend more money.

When the atmosphere is well cared for and beautiful, we feel more comfortable and trusting.

Showing your customers that you care about your business by adding beauty with flowers will keep them returning. Ready to discuss your corporate flower delivery needs? Give us a call!

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