Office staff spend a large proportion of their working days sitting at desks. So if they are not provided with comfortable furniture that is fit for purpose, it stands to reason that health and well-being problems could easily start to develop. Thousands upon thousands of employees are forced to take time off work every year due to musculoskeletal disorders, many of which are down to poor posture. This is precisely why the selection of good quality office furniture is such a vital part of the business health and safety strategy.
An organised office brings many benefits including reduced stress, less wasted time and greater profits. On the other hand, a disorganised office can hamper productivity and have a negative effect on reputation. Let’s take a look in more detail at the downsides of a disorganised office versus the benefits of an organised office, and how to achieve one.
A place that creates a positive, welcoming impression and that is a pleasure in which to work. That’s the perfect office! These are also the values that the modern office moulds itself upon. If you are seeking to create a workspace that is a benefit to your business, your visitors and your staff, looking at modern trends in office design is a good place to start. So let’s take a look at the latest trends in office layout, furniture and décor and how everything fits into today’s working methods.
Creating a workplace that boosts well-being and positive mental health can be beneficial for both employees and employers. Let’s take a look at how everything from good desk layout and wise choice of furnishings to décor and lighting can help promote a successful workforce and overcome issues such as low morale, health issues and lack of privacy.
Creativity in the workplace is not just a necessity for the design and advertising industries. It’s a vital component in any industry sector. There really is something to be said for taking steps to create a working environment that encourages and inspires creativity. So, how to go about it? Let’s take a look at some ideas.
Breakout zones are increasingly popular in the modern day office. What started as an idea to use dead space to put some funky seating and beanbags for decoration is now becoming an essential element for the modern office. Breakout areas are now used more and more as an informal relaxation area, but are also fantastic… Read more