Companies have long realized how important it is that employees carry out their tasks in the most effective and safest way possible through the workplace equipment they use. Still, however, there are still businesses that do not consider ergonomics when they purchase furniture. A glimpse on what ergonomic office furniture can do should change their minds and attitude towards the subject:
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Monday, July 28, 2014
Are your office chairs creaking or missing backrests? Are conference tables scuffed and cracked? If so, then you’ve probably thought about replacing them.
That being said, office furniture replacement is a major expense, and companies naturally want to get the most bang out of their buck. When shopping around for replacements, be aware of these common buying mistakes so you can get the best possible furniture:
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Perhaps it’s due to the ubiquity of office furniture in the corporate environment, but most people don’t give the equipment they use on a daily basis too much thought—unless, of course, something breaks. We get so used to the constancy of our furniture, that a sudden change—even if it’s something as simple as someone getting a new chair—can instantly capture our attention.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Every now and then, businesses are faced with the difficult decision of whether to buy something new or resort to a used alternative. Since office furniture is often built to be sturdy and take quite a lot of abuse from its users, drawing a line on when to buy new or stick to used furniture isn’t always a clear-cut procedure.