Does this scenario sound familiar: Your mini-series just got green-lighted (it’s one of ten shows this year) and shooting begins in 3-months. You’re tasked with setting-up the production office to accommodate a staff of 100. Corporate assigned the show to a small office across the street because all other offices are occupied. You ask yourself, how the #$*&% am i going to get 100 people in this production office let alone find enough desks to outfit it by go time? Your facility manager said there are desks in the storage unit that you are free to use. You sigh relief. But then you peek inside and see a maze of disassembled desks, chairs stacked high, and random couches and bulky boxes strewn about. Now, what?
Personalizing the workplace experience is not an easy task. With today’s diverse workforce and modern working habits, discovering what office furniture works best can be overwhelming. That’s why working with an experienced furniture partner is so important. Choosing the right partner can save money and time, as well as produce the kind of results that really work.
Deciding on furniture for your office should be a fun experience — a creative outlet to express your corporate culture and communicate your brand values. However, it can also be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. With the right furniture partner, no matter how big or small your office design project is, curating a well-appointed furniture collection can be a rewarding experience. To help ensure the best working experience for your employees, we’ve put together a furniture checklist to get the most out of your workplace partner.