Archive for September, 2016

How to Tell You Need New Office Furniture

Friday, September 30th, 2016
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If this is the standard look for your office chairs, it might be time for an upgrade.

In today’s working world the hours are longer. However, this means that employees are not the only ones working hard. So is your office furniture. It is critical to keep on top of your office furniture in order to maintain the health and wellness of your staff and properly display and enhance your brand. If you are wondering whether you need new office furniture or not, here are the signs. (more…)

Three Tips for Improving Your Reception Area

Friday, September 23rd, 2016
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A nice reception area can help make your office more inviting for clients and employees.

It is incredibly important to have a peaceful, clean, and welcoming reception area through upkeep and design. It is often said that first impressions can make or break relationships, and this is especially true in this case. For your visitors, whether they are customers, consultants, clients, business associates, or future employees, your reception area and receptionist are a large part of the first impression they receive about you and your company. Here are some tips to help your reception area create the right impression. (more…)

How to Turn Your Desk Into a Place of Zen

Friday, September 16th, 2016
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Your desk should be your sanctuary where you can go to get things done peacefully.

Ever feel like you work in a tornado? Things constantly flying around, information whizzing by faster than you can catch it? You look for a memo or a number you wrote down and can’t find it in the sea of debris floating around on your desk. If this sounds familiar, you need to make some changes. Take a deep breath, clear your mind, and read these tips on how to turn your desk into a place of zen. (more…)

The Sound of (Near) Silence: Soundproofing Your Office

Thursday, September 8th, 2016
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Soundproofing particularly noisy areas, like the conference room, will help cut down sound travel in your office.

Focus. It’s one thing that every single employee needs throughout the day to help keep them on task and productive. Distractions abound, though. Phone calls, the clacking of keyboards, energetic and noisy meetings; all these things threaten to knock employees out of their zone. Important phone conversations need to be had without noise coming through the walls. If this sounds like your office, maybe you should consider soundproofing your office. (more…)

Movable or Demountable Walls?

Friday, September 2nd, 2016
movable or demountable walls

Movable and demountable walls each have their pros and cons, but both are great choices for customizing your space.

Office aren’t always as static as we seem to think. Office configurations need to be able to change with need and accommodate a large range of demands. Instead of traditional walls made from drywall, many companies opt for movable or demountable walls. These systems let companies coordinate their own floor plan and rearrange it if needed. Plus, they do it in a more cost-effective way than traditional construction. There are a few difference between the two, though, but movable or demountable walls may be the best choice for your office. (more…)