This is after a survey by London-based property developer DeVono found that more than 65 per cent of staff members in the capital would be willing to work overtime or improve their performance in their job if their company's workplace was more desirable.
One suggestion made by just over half of those polled for the study was that office temperature needs to be kept under control to improve comfort at work.
Furthermore, 49.2 per cent of respondents cited gym access as the best perk that an employer could present to their members of staff.
In regards to fitness, 47.5 per cent of employees would be more willing to cycle to work if shower and changing facilities were provided by a firm, as well as a secure bike storage area being within close proximity of an office.
Adam Landau, co-director of DeVono, commented: "Business bosses are quickly realising that by offering the best working environments they are likely to gain better performances from existing staff and also attract the best candidates during a recruitment process."
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Source: The Sales Executive News