What music do you like to listen to? Well, according to a recent report your taste in tunes could affect your productivity level.
The research commissioned by global music streaming service Deezer and totaljobs, has revealed that having music playing in an office environment can boost output and psychological well-being.
8 in 10 of the 4,500 workers asked said that music helps to boost productivity in the workplace; however, only 62% of British workers are able to listen to music at work.
The report also showed the most popular genres of music in the workplace, with 35% of employees admitting they like to listen to pop or chart music. This was followed by rock (26%), rap (18%), electronic (12%) and finally classical (seven per cent).
John Salt, director, totaljobs commented on the report: “Our research has shown that music in the workplace can have a positive effect on employee productivity. If your employer discourages music in your workplace, they may be putting themselves at a disadvantage as a business. It’s important that employees are relaxed and happy in their roles, and can focus on their jobs to deliver at high level.”
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