Lighting affects employee productivity

According to foreign media reports, a survey of 1,000 adults showed that 77% of respondents believe that workplace lighting will affect their productivity, 33% said that it is important to get natural light, and 32% said they Willing to work under artificial lighting that helps increase productivity.

Beyond that, it is worth noting that the vast majority of respondents tend to link the lighting conditions of their offices to their own work output. The survey results show that regardless of the direct biological effects of light, humans at least psychologically respond to light.

One expert said, “There are some smart lighting solutions on the market that can help achieve the right mix of natural and artificial light, suitable for homes and workplaces.”

People-centred lighting has begun to dominate in the workplace, but has made greater progress in the healthcare environment. For example, specially designed LED lighting helps to reduce the drug dependence of mental patients and improve dementia care.