3 Office Decoration Tips: Color, Cubicles and Decorative Elements

March 1st, 2015 by

A lot of people get very excited about doing up the interiors of their homes, yet leave their office space untouched. However, if you come to think about it, people actually spend more time at work than they do at home.  Let’s say you work a 9-5 job, that’s already 8 hours in an office. . . . Read More »

Top Five Benefits Of Using Cubicles In The Workplace

February 25th, 2015 by

The office cubicle has become a symbol of the modern, uniformed and sometimes dull workplace in pop culture. However, there are many benefits to choosing cubicles for a workplace. The first cubicle was invented in 1967 by designer Robert Propst and has since then become one of the most popular options for work environments by . . . Read More »

Purchasing New Desks for your Crew? Ask yourself these Questions First.

January 28th, 2015 by

When it is time to consider desks for your work area, it is important to understand what your employees need in order to be productive. Your goal should be to create the healthiest working environment possible. Desks that have the right amount of work and storage space are much more likely to produce the results you . . . Read More »

3 Different Office Chairs Situations

January 8th, 2015 by

A lot of thought goes into the layout of your business. The offices, reception area, lobby and conference room are set up to increase production and satisfaction of your employees. However, office chairs aren’t always high on the layout list. In today’s market, there are hundreds of options when it comes to chairs. Here are three distinctive . . . Read More »

3 Different Meeting Setups Using Conference Tables

December 18th, 2014 by

Organizing your business notes, charts and discussion questions, is very important in order to have a successful corporate meeting or training session. Most people do not realize that the room layout is just as important. By using conference tables, you can create different environments that suit your meeting type. Here are three different possible setups. 1) . . . Read More »

Why Your Office Should Be Ergonomic

December 3rd, 2014 by

It’s been a long day. The clock finally ticks down and it’s time for you to drag yourself home. You stand up and stretch, hoping the neck and back pain aren’t as bad as yesterday, or the day before, or the day before. But alas, it is. This discomfort distracted you all day, preventing you . . . Read More »

Feng Shui in the Office

November 26th, 2014 by

From selling wholesale supplies to working in retail, your office is an important part of your business’s productivity and success. Today, the use of Feng Shui has become a popular option in design and decor. While this ancient Chinese practice creates a stylish design, it also helps balance energy to enhance creativity and productivity. If . . . Read More »

Flexibility Is Key for Getting Workplace Redesign Right

October 29th, 2014 by

If your company is ripe for a workplace redesign, it’s a perfect time to get some expert advice. Rearranging the office causes a certain amount of unavoidable disruption. You want to make sure the results are worth the hassle—and that employees will end up more satisfied than they were before. Create a Buffet of Choices . . . Read More »

Technology and Workplace Wellness

October 22nd, 2014 by

Workplace wellness programs have now been around for a couple of decades in one form or another. Having a fitness center on-site is viewed as a desirable perk—and even getting a discount on a gym membership off-site provides some value to employees. But working out a few times a week isn’t enough to offset all . . . Read More »

How the Traditional Office Desk Has Changed over Time

October 15th, 2014 by

The traditional office desk has seen many changes in its history. Back in the days of papyrus scrolls and parchment, desks were built much like drafting tables. The beautifully illuminated, handwritten manuscripts produced in times of antiquity called for an artistic approach to the furniture that supported these endeavors. According to Mitchell at Cubicles.com, the . . . Read More »