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Top Health and Safety Tips for Office Furniture

Top Health and Safety Tips for Office Furniture

In an office setting, the most common injuries are preventable. Taking a common sense approach to selecting the office furniture will eliminate many workplace injuries. Office workers face lower back injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and various o…
Considerations for an Effective Training Room Space

Considerations for an Effective Training Room Space

Training new hires is the most important function of any company. When new people come on board, showing them the processes, procedures, and company culture are essential priorities. Poor training leads to poor performance and frustration, and a r…
Design Tips for Conference Rooms

Design Tips for Conference Rooms

Everything about your business matters—from your products and services to the artwork on the walls, it all says something about you. Branding is important because that’s what potential customers and the world at large see; it’s the outward-facing…
The Cubicle vs. The Open Office: Which One is Better?

The Cubicle vs. The Open Office: Which One is Better?

In the mid-1990s, famed advertising executive Jay Chiat hatched a bold new plan for his team and office. He was going to radically redesign the office in a way that was never seen before. He wanted to promote brainstorming and collaboration among…
How to Incorporate Your Branding Into Your Office Design

How to Incorporate Your Branding Into Your Office Design

The modern office has come a long way from the days of cubicles, bright fluorescent lighting, and drab, boring colors. As evidence piles up linking office aesthetics to employee satisfaction and productivity, companies are doing everything they ca…