For an organisation to be successful and to meet the necessary targets, the performance expressed by the productivity of its employees is of vital importance. In many occupations people work closely with computers within an organisation which is usually housed in a building. Today, technology allows people to work easily while they are travelling, or at home, and this goes some way to improving productivity. There are still, however, many people who have a regular workplace which demarcates the volume of space for private work but is linked to other workplaces as well as to social and public spaces. People produce less when they are tired; have personal worries; suffer stress from dissatisfaction with the job or the organisation. The physical environment can enhance one’s work, but an unsatisfactory environment can hinder work output.