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Pet-friendly office

March 23, 2019

People love their pets. Companies are beginning to pay attention to the fact that workers want benefits that not only improve their lives but the lives of their pets.


The research found multiple benefits for employees who were able to bring their dogs with them to work, and those benefits were consistent regardless of the field the employee worked in.


With the trend of millennials marrying later there are more pets in their homes to keep them company. As a result, millennials feel more secure and happier when they are able to bring their pet to work.


It revealed that employees who brought their dogs with them to work had significantly lower stress levels throughout their work day, and even co-workers that weren’t accompanied by their own pet felt that the presence of the dogs had a positive impact on their productivity.

Dogs in the workplace have a way of bringing people together, critical for being both interactive and productive.  Some companies may find that the amount of workplace gossip can decrease when dogs are introduced, as employees would rather talk about the dogs than other employees.


Many employees find themselves rushing out the door at the end of their shift to get home to let their dog out. For employees that have their dog at work, they can extend their hours until their work is done, rather than restricting their time.



Animals should have proof of current vaccination and be well-groomed and well-trained. Other employees should be informed of the animal’s dietary restrictions and allergies, if any, and there should be a quiet place for the animals to go if they need to get away from everyone. Pet-proofing the office might also be a consideration.


Conclusion:

Dog + job = the good life

Team STAAC dogs



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