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Work-related stress is a very real and serious thing. According to a study by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), 40% of workers reported their job “very or extremely stressful.” In a study conducted by Yale University, 29% of workers feel that they are “quite a bit or extremely stressed at work.”
Okay, so maybe the above image is a little … too much; but it’s safe to say, if you work in an office with cubicles, your cubicle is where you’re going to spend most of day, so why not make it your own?
[With your supervisor’s approval] Creating your own work space can be as simple as putting up a few mementos, to designing a more productive environment. Whichever route you choose to go down, we’ve compiled a few tips to help you get started.
For those working at a desk job, sitting for long periods of time can cause irreparable health consequences. In short, ergonomics is the science of studying equipment designed to fit our bodies and improve our cognitive abilities. Below, we’ve highlighted the main components needed to build the ultimate ergonomic workstation.
In the world of business, first impressions matter. As the face of your business, your reception area, lobby or waiting room will determine how well your company will be received by potential clients and customers. Make sure your image is up to par by following these keys to a successful reception area.
New or used, your fabric office chair may feel great on your behind, but keep it looking great with these tips on cleaning fabric office furniture.
When you’re part of a growing company, a small office space is never easy to plan for. Below, we’ve compiled some of the best ways to turn your small office space into a comfortable, practical and productive environment.
1. Consider Open Space: For small spaces, rethink what an “office space” is. Traditional single occupant offices take up precious square footage and multi-occupant cubicles may feel cramped. Opting for an open space office with shared desks, not only allows you to fit more people comfortably into one room, but encourage a communal, team building environment.
More and more studies show that exercise and physical activity is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. Not only does exercise prevent obesity and heart disease; it releases endorphins, which regulate stress and emotion.
However, for many Americans who have long commutes, a 9-5 work schedule, and family commitments, the time or energy for exercise simply isn’t part of the equation. Nevertheless, for those wanting to make a change for the better, we’ve documented 3 pieces of office furniture you can use to stay healthy and happy — right in your office.
Chaotic… hectic… whether you’re an employer or an employee, an office move to any location (even just down the hall) can seem like a stressful event. But don’t worry; with the right tools in your arsenal, any move can run smoothly and efficiently. Below, we’ve covered our top 3 ways to avoid stress and keep your sanity during your move.
A collaborative space defies traditional work settings built around cubicles and single occupancy offices. With major companies like Google, Pixar and Facebook incorporating these designs into their culture, a collaborative office space has the potential of promoting a productive, creative and efficient work environment.
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