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Select office furniture helps workers achieve

Many successful professionals claim that setting and focusing on goals helps them achieve. The office environment and its business furniture can either help of hinder workers' best goal-setting effort. Before a workplace implements a goal-setting program, business owners may want to ensure the office design supports a worker's best efforts.

To help prevent procrastination, business owners should invest in furniture that is conducive to healthy and comfortable production.

Investing in sleek, modern and ergonomic office furniture can help workers remain on track. Chairs that are too comfortable may induce employees to doze off while at their desks, and poorly designed furniture can have them heading to the nearest exit with pains and aches. Ergonomic chairs are appropriate for the business environment, and their design makes sitting at a desk more comfortable. Healthier office chairs will reduce the number of times an employee will need to leave the office to walk around.

Installing task lighting that properly illuminates the work area helps prevent eyestrain and improves worker focus. Appropriate lighting will allow an employee to concentrate on writing down and tracking their goals while they are at their desk.

Want to create a comfortable, collaborative work environment? Visit the Office Furniture Warehouse website to complete your office landscape.

Saving tips when purchasing office furniture

One of the greatest challenges a small business faces is how to grow while still keeping overhead expenses down. Fortunately, purchasing office furniture does not need to be a costly endeavor. The steps below outline several ways businesses can save money while buying office furniture, caring for the workspace and establishing the business.Tax tips The [...]

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Points to consider when choosing an office location

A recent Entrepreneur magazine article reported that choosing the right office space is often one of the most daunting tasks a business undertakes because of the repercussions it can have on the company. An office's location, for instance, can make or break a client's decision to close a deal or sign on with the business. [...]

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Creative tips for reducing office desk clutter

Reducing desk clutter is one of the fastest ways to conduct Spring cleaning this season. Sometimes smaller items can accumulate without being used, which causes an unnecessary pile up. This type of clutter accumulates quickly, because tiny items seem negligible until they begin taking over a worker's desk space. A clever way to keep track [...]

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Arrange office furniture to allow more movement at work

According to a recent USA Today article, more businesses are turning exercise equipment into office furniture. As studies show that sitting for prolonged periods of time has negative effects on health, many offices are using exercise balls and other products associated with the gym in the workplace to curb the lack of muscle movement. Standing [...]

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Make the office layout fitness-friendly

Fidelity Investments and the National Business Group on Health, recently conducted research that shows corporate employers have doubled spending per employee on health and wellness-based programs and incentives since 2009.With workplaces finding that investing in employee health and lifestyle services is good for business overall, offices can make environmental enhancements to their office layouts to [...]

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Reduce depression at the office

A recent University of Melbourne study found that workplace depression is on the rise. With more people experiencing longer days at work with increasing amounts of stress, how can an office help alleviate this epidemic? Luckily, there are several steps that an employer can take to ensure the office and its workers are more depression-resistant. [...]

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Strike the right chords by balancing office sounds

The recent German study "Office Acoustics: How to effectively design the room acoustics of offices" found that sound management is becoming the primary concern for many office layout designers. According to study authors Catja Hilge and Christian Nocke founders of an acoustics consulting company, the rising popularity of open, collaborative work spaces can cause intellectual [...]

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Choose complementary color schemes for the office

One of the easiest ways to give the office a face-lift is with a fresh coat of paint. Before making any changes, a business owner can survey the office furniture and observe what color pallet will not clash with the rest of the space. Wood business furniture adds warm tones to a room and can [...]

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Find the right office space on a budget

Finding an office space can be one of the most challenging components of building a small business, and it can also be one of the biggest expenses.An entrepreneur on a budget may want to try setting up an office in a co-working space. A shared office not only costs much less, but it allows those [...]

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