Monthly Archives: June, 2014

Creating a War Room for Your Office

Some companies are so often on the go, they need special “war rooms” for dedicated teams to work on certain projects. This is also true of certain outfits that must have extra space to dedicate time to an important undertaking without having to schedule the conference room against everybody else. There are ways to make a war room a place for big ideas to be born, especially if the members are made comfortable with the right kind of furniture. Continue reading →

Some Tips in Choosing an Office Desk

An office without a single desk is hardly an office at all.

A desk is an important component of business as it helps employees and their bosses do the necessary work required of them. It is hard to imagine an office functioning properly without any desk to help them work better.

Anyone looking for a good desk to help boost their production numbers should keep several pointers in mind, so they can achieve the most comfort while effectively producing good numbers: Continue reading →

Tips for Designing a Home Office

If you plan to start a home-based business, setting up a home office is probably a good idea. Here are a few tips to help you design a personal office space in your home:

The Sun

Before you set up a home office, check out the angle of the sun’s light first. Direct sunlight to the face isn’t conducive to work, especially during the summer months.

Spend some time where your home office will be set up during the time of day when you’ll most probably be there. This gives you a clear idea of what your working conditions will be like. Continue reading →

Factors to Look for in an Ergonomic Chair

Many of your employees sit all day doing their jobs, so that when it comes to seating, there is no question that every employee needs a comfortable, ergonomic chair. If you want to save up on office furniture cost, you can buy used ones, but you should never use cost as an excuse to skimp on the quality of your chairs. So, what makes an ergonomic chair? Continue reading →