Show your colours In large, open spaces, splashes of colour help divide different areas. Different colours affect the brain in different ways, and can be beneficial for different types of work. Furthermore, compared to standard grey cubicles, they create an infinitely more welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Top gear Top graduates expect the best jobs to provide them with exactly what they need to complete tasks quickly and efficiently. Most often, that is simply a matter providing a phone, tablet or laptop that enables dynamic working. Companies that scrimp on giving people the tools they need to do their job will be pushed down the list. Technology in the office is also key. Something as simple as excellent WiFi and installing USB outlets that allow people to use mobile devices across the office can be a massive boon for a tech-savvy graduate.
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