A workplace can be described as any place where we find ourselves working from. These may include our corporate office or home office (even cafes which can provide us with wireless broadband for our portable notebooks can be considered as a workplace)....
Overall, it should be where you would spend most of your time for your work to be done. There would, of course, be the difference in types of business such as the kitchen would be a workplace for the chef, the bar space would be for the bartender, the airplane would be for the flight captain, steward and stewardess etc.
How we initially perceive and then find out the exact environment of the workplace is very impactful on our comfort level and it may even at a later stage affect our job performance. Many employees, both at the managerial or non-executive positions face this situation and, many a time, they have limited or no control on improving their workplace environment.
Fortunately, more companies are having a HR department that besides looking into employee welfare and their personal development, they also attend to their comfort at the workplace. The topics under this category are provided for you to quickly go to your area of question/s in mind and we hope the many articles featured can provide you with more insights on understanding about Workplace Psychology.
Written by Stephen Ronee Lau . 7 September 2011