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Designing Your Office for a More Productive Work Environment

If you are not aware yet, the way your office is designed greatly affects your team’s productivity. Yes, we know we’ve been going on about this for the past few blogs but it is important for you to know that there are other external ways in your office design to inspire your employees and encouraged to work. Continue Reading…

Posted on - March 24, 2016

Choosing the Perfect Office Chair

More often than not, we take an office chair for granted because despite the fact that we use it everyday, our daily tasks take precedence in our minds.

Then one day, you learn the importance of Choosing the Perfect Office Chair the hard way because your employees start experiencing back strain, leg problems, and carpal tunnel. Continue Reading…

Posted on - March 20, 2016

Effective Office Space Planning

Office Space Planning

There is no denying that the work environment significantly affects an employee’s disposition and productivity at work. This fact, now more than ever, is the reason companies are starting to include office space planning as part of the business operations. Continue Reading…

Posted on - March 17, 2016

7 Ways To Keep Your Furniture Pristine

Does your furniture seem like it’s seen better days? Some regular tasks can help prolong the life on your furniture. Here are a few tips to help keep your furniture looking like it came right off the showroom floor. Continue Reading…

Posted on - June 27, 2015

Employee versus Contractor

According to a recent study commissioned by the Freelancer’s Union and Elance-oDesk, 53 million Americans now work as freelancers-project-based independent contractors who generally work for more than one client. As an employer, hiring freelancers has its benefits: Continue Reading…

Posted on - October 29, 2014

How the Collaborative Work Movement is Reshaping the Workspace

If the giants of the Industrial Era walked into a modern business today, they might wonder if it was a business at all. The corner office that was so coveted in their time doesn’t exist in many places. In its place is a collaborative, flexible work environment that emphasizes cooperation rather than hierarchy. That’s because everyone from business executives to the new intern recognize that today’s office is on the move. Workers are no longer content to spend eight hours a day sitting in their desk chair. They demand and are receiving accommodations such as moving walls, standing desks, and wide-open spaces that encourage interaction with co-workers rather than fearing a reprimand for it. Continue Reading…

Posted on - July 14, 2014

5 Tips to Reduce Stress at the Office

According to the American Institute of Stress, job-related stress is the number one source of stress for adults. It reduces productivity, increases employee turnover and causes health problems. So you want to keep it in check at your company. The five tips below can help. Continue Reading…

Posted on - May 29, 2014