Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Messy desks depressing office workers

A new report from Lloyds TSB - who claim to be spring cleaning nearly 2,000 of their branches to create a more pleasant working environment for their staff (and customers) - suggests that one in five workers are prepared to quit their jobs because the mess and clutter on colleagues' desks is getting too much for them. The survey of 500 staff in retail firms showed that most believe that trying to work in a "state of disorder" hits their productivity and affects their personal lives too, leaving them depressed and demotivated.Talking of which, please nip along to our Home Office Flickr group and post your photos of your own home office, which hopefully isn't depressing you too much.
Via The Scotsman and Uncle Wilco.

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