Need to increase recruitment numbers at your military base? Making some changes to your in-plant offices when recruits come to visit will help their first-time impressions of your base and current employees will spread the word of their healthy working environment.
Make it Quieter
When prospective recruits come to your base? While a military base is going to have some level of noise, in-plant offices are expected to be quiet so recruits and staff can concentrate on their tasks.
- Hearing loss
Manage Working Hours
Does your base adhering to strict working hours with no room for changes? Consider loosening up a bit. Modern military personnel expect reasonable working hours for better work and family life balance. Flexible working hours can benefit everyone with:
- Less absenteeism
- Less stress
- Higher job satisfaction and productivity
Rearrange Floor Plans
Rearranging floor plans to make your in-plant offices more productive based on your base’s needs. If you need more space, in-plant offices can be easily rearranged with no cost or lost time to you, unlike with traditional construction. Rearranging in-plant office layout can also promote personnel fellowship in that they won’t be isolated from each other and will have a healthy balance of productivity and socialization.
Keep it Clean & Lit
Are the in-plant offices in your base ill maintained? Recruits won’t want to work in a place that is dirty and poorly lit because they’ll get the sense that you cannot take care of your building—and by extension, your personnel.
A clean, comfortable in-plant office with good lighting helps improve productivity and personnel happiness. If you can, have lots of natural lighting in your in-plant office to make it more energy efficient and improve personnel quality of life.
Add Plants to Improve Mood
Adding plants to your in-plant office will improve the mood and health of everyone on your base. Recruits who see that you care for your employees by making their working space more home-like. Adding plants to your in-plant offices will also help the air quality so base personnel can breathe easier and be less stressed.