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Offices continue to use plants as part of their office decor and eco responsibilities

Offices all over the world have continued to use plants as a cheap decor option as well as part of their eco responsibilities.

OSLO, Norway, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Offices all over the world have continued to use plants as a cheap décor option as well as part of their eco responsibilities. Virtually every office these days has some beautiful plants inside and as many interior designers note, this is arguably one of the most popular trend in office décor today. Human resource experts agree that having plants within an office environment can help increase productivity among the employees.

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The experts note that plants create a soothing and stress free environment that is fundamental in helping employees get the best out of their work. Although the extent office plants go in increasing output cannot be put down in numbers, the fact is offices with well kept plants tend to outperform those which don't have. Interior designers however note that the main priority for office plants is to provide cheaper interior décor which is an important aspect in creating an enabling work environment.

Environment activists however disagree and note that having plants in an office is and should be an eco responsibility that each office block should feel obligated to do. Whichever the case, the bottom line is a lot of offices in huge numbers are bringing in plants for more than decorative and ecological purposes. Human resource experts note that employers are looking at office plants as an ideal way of creating a good impression to current and potential customers. In other words, to many offices having plants on display is just business. Reports have indicated that offices with well kept plants have a better chance of attracting and retaining customers compared to offices that don't. The truth is a lot of people like getting close to nature.

Although an office is not exactly the right place to do this, a few plants can play a key role in creating an ambience that is more natural. In addition to this, human resource experts also believe that having plants in an office which have to be watered everyday inspires a strong sense of responsibility wand this is also transferred in the job and the entire business. The logic behind this assumption is simple. Experts say that people who are closer to nature are more responsive and not just on matters of the environment but also other spheres of life. Ecological experts also agree that a cleaner and cooler working environment can be a plus in attracting better employees.

According to human resource experts, a lot of professionals are very cautious about the environment that they work in and most would prefer something cool and cleaner that help them to work in peace. Offices all over the world are slowly but surely realizing how important office plants are. Observers note that it is only a matter of time before each and every office starts to incorporate office plants as part of their decoration, motivational and marketing plans. In addition to this, office plants are also expected to play an important role in making the office environment cleaner.

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