Posts tagged ‘office furniture’

When you’re running a business, you’re always watching the bottom line. Balancing profits against costs is tough and often it’s unnecessary expenditure that goes out the window first. Each purchasing decision has to be justified and if it can’t improve your bottom line, it’s probably seen as frivolous. However, if you know that the office >> Read the full post >>

Encouraging productivity in your workforce rarely stems from a top-down approach. Targets may help to gauge productivity levels, certainly, while also helping to give direction to staff. However, you’ll find that productivity is often self-generated – contended staff will always work harder. If you create the right environment, one which empowers and inspires your team, >> Read the full post >>

Sitting at a desk for eight hours straight can be a lot more dangerous than many people realise. If you have not set up your office space correctly, you could easily suffer as a result of a bad back. With that in mind, we have put together some of the most common mistakes that you >> Read the full post >>

Sitting down seems like the most natural thing in the world, right? Not the kind of thing you should educate yourself on. However, the way you’re sitting right now could be harmful to your health. Sitting still for long periods has a negative impact on health anyway, as it causes the muscles to seize up >> Read the full post >>

Believe it or not, swapping out your old office furniture for brand-new, ergonomically-designed pieces could seriously improve the working of lives of you and your staff. It’s becoming increasingly important to design office spaces that are not only fit for the number of employees you have, but which are also comfortable, improve morale and foster >> Read the full post >>

Embarking on the path of the freelancer is one filled with excitement and trepidation. Freeing yourself from the shackles of the 9-5 routine and being your own boss brings with it many freedoms. In addition, it also usually requires a lot of investment. One thing to consider is whether you are going to use the >> Read the full post >>