5 Things to Consider When Buying Office Furniture

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The task of equipping your office with new furniture can be quite daunting and should, therefore, be left in the hands of a responsible person. There are many things to take into consideration when purchasing new office furniture; quality, functionality, style and price. It is also important not to make hasty decisions – first, you should determine what kind of …

The 3 Most Common Mistakes Of Buying Office Furniture

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A company’s philosophy, employees and environmental awareness can be determined by looking at their office furniture. Here are 3 mistakes that should be avoided: 1) Not considering your employees. A diverse workforce is something many companies champion, but that diversity can mean one size does not fit all. Some employees may do well when it comes to an open office plan, however, …

Small office changes to boost workplace productivity every day

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Post weekend gloom, the 3pm slump, stiffness from sitting down all day, annoying colleagues… no matter the cause, everybody experiences a lag in productivity in the workplace from time to time. The responsibility of managing staff health and well-being falls on both employer and employees. Often neither party knows how to get the most out of a working day. So, …

Do your Year end Office Parties ‘Get Out of Hand’

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It’s approaching that time of year when people at the workplace forget about the rules in their need to hold parties and let off steam. I’m not saying that year end parties are bad; they can be a very important means of dealing with year-end tensions and of cementing employee relations. However, too often, such parties are misused as an …

The 5 main office trends for 2015

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Attractive new working environment: The 5 main office trends for 2015 Business rivalry is becoming tougher, competitive pressure is increasing. 70% of people still work in traditional, inflexible, cubicles, although driven by the rapid development of information and communication technologies improved flexibility has become the order of the day. Five major trends dominate the workplace and are shaping the planning …