Shopping around for a new desk this new year? Maybe you should consider one of the latest trends in office furniture – standing desks. Standing desks are perceived as offering many benefits, and many businesses are already operating standing desks only in their offices worldwide. But just what are the benefits of standing desks?
How important can it be to arrange your desk for optimum productivity? The Huffington Post recently released an info-graphic that claims to be the ideal desk arrangement according to the interest of boosting productivity. In this post we will be dissecting this information and giving you some insight on the benefits.
Something we often ignore is the effects that our surroundings can have on our health, including at work. For the majority of us, we spend almost half of our lives at work so it is important to recognise where you can improve or benefit your health and your posture. Poor office chairs are one of the most common causes of bad backs and bad posture, with bad backs being one of the most common complaint from workers, usually causing many sick days. We’re exploring how much damage your office chair is doing to your physical health and how you can avoid causing yourself anymore strain.
Treadmill desks have been slowly making their name in offices worldwide. They are exactly as described, a desk that is attached to a treadmill, created in an attempt to encourage office employees working long hours to stay fit and healthy. But, are they practical? Are they revolutionary? And do they work? We’re exploring the future of the treadmill desk.
There are many obvious signs that your office needs an upgrade, but it can take a lot more than just a lick of paint to change the working environment you and your employees require. An office makeover can do much more than just modernise the room, it can affect the way everybody works, which is a crucial factor in the success of your business moving forward. In this post we are exploring the signs that you need to look out for that could solve many office issues in the long run.
The reception area of your office or commercial premises is the very first impression your clients and customers get when they visit your building, so as always it’s important to leave a good first impression. There are some crucial elements that your reception area needs to provide, some are more obvious than others.