Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of speaking with our bright colleagues at OfficeSpace Software — a facility management software provider that manages the blog Workplace Unplugged.
Yes! Your growth projections and business strategy will dictate to what extent but improving your office environment should be top of mind when assessing your business.
It’s a new year. And with the new year, comes new resolutions. While most of us aspire to get in shape and eat healthier, we often overlook how our workplace environment can help us achieve our goals. As workplace designers and furniture providers, we strive to provide design solutions and products to enhance the work environment while creating workspaces that impact employee health and wellbeing. To optimize the health of your office and keep your employees on track of their resolutions, below is a list of office to do’s in 2019.
It’s no secret, we’ve been busy working on our new furniture line…. And just in time for the holidays! We want to give you a behind-the-scenes first glimpse at our inaugural commercial furniture collection — a 90+piece ensemble of soft and hard goods, launching Q1 2019.
There’s no denying that furniture can transform a workplace. When a chair or couch feels good, you feel good. Furniture can change the expression of an office and instantly convey a brand’s identity. But office furniture is much more than a decorative item. It’s an investment. With proper planning, you can easily extend the life of your furniture without having to purchase new pieces. And with the proper care, it can withstand the wear and tear of an active workspace and maintain it’s beauty and function for years to come. Below are 4 insider tips to get the most out of your workplace furniture.
It’s been an exciting year for the workplace industry. Companies are getting more expressive and designing their workplaces to better align with their company values, mission and culture. They understand that their employees are their greatest assets and as a result, are designing their offices to enhance the workplace experience.
Research shows that having an organized, decluttered space can have a positive impact on our lives. However, living a pared-down life is challenging for many. And not only for individuals, but also for companies. Just as people acquire material things over the years, so do organizations. As we’re nearing the end of 2018, it’s time to figure out what can stay and what can go.
Assembling the right team will be the first—and possibly the most important—step for achieving success with your workspace design project. Just as an A-team can make a project, an ill-fitting team can cause a lot of project headaches; potentially harming your reputation. As a result, most successful construction projects take an integrated approach to the design, build, and post-occupancy process, cementing the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) team and subcontractors early on.
While many of us are logging longer hours and having our phones at arm’s reach 24/7, we’re becoming disconnected from nature and disengaged with our surroundings. But trading outdoor activities with marathon desk sessions doesn’t mean we have to work in an enclosed shell.
Ergonomics is the art of designing a workplace that prioritizes humans and their needs. This human-centric approach is rooted in a scientific discipline and is an important part of workplace optimization best practices.