The importance of colours in our lives and their impact has long been recognized.
We are all familiar with the colour wheel below or a version of same, which was first invented by the scientist Sir Isaac Newton in 1706 and later modified by others over the succeeding years.
Without doubt colours have an important role to play in our working lives.
Employers who want to get the optimum productivity from their workforce should take a fresh look at the environment their workers inhabit. According to psychologists, a person’s working environment can play a major role in determining how focused, energetic, productive and creative a person can be. The use of colour in the working environment is crucial to achieve this. This need not involve massive expenditure, simply painting the walls, or an accent piece of office furniture –depending on your requirements- can go a long way to help you achieve your objectives.