The design of offices might help us cope with the stresses of work, as technology blurs the lines between our personal and professional lives

This article titled “Nerf guns, beds and beanbag areas: what makes a productive office?” was written by Matthew Jenkin, for on Thursday 7th July 2016 05.00 UTC

“One of the first things we did when we moved into the office was issue everyone with toy Nerf guns,” Paul Harris gleefully admits. The co-founder of BrightHR explains that he wanted the Manchester office to be an environment where if people were feeling overwhelmed, pressured or tired they could easily step away from the desk and have fun or simply relax.

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