Refurnishing an office can be a real headache if you don’t plan things properly. In the current financial crisis making any capital investment is a risk, be sure to make a budget for your purchases and stick to it. Know what you want before you start buying and don’t be taken in by attractive deals that don’t really serve yours or your staff’s needs. Don’t forget about storage when you are doing your planning. Proper shelves and a stationery cupboard always look more professional than stacks of files and paper just lying around the office.

One thing that you should bear in mind is your employee’s relationship to the workplace, how and where they fit and the type of furniture they need to keep them operating at an optimum level. If you take these things into consideration then you already have an ergonomic mindset and buying adjustable chairs with the right type of support shouldn’t pose too much of a problem for you. When people are physically comfortable at work, reports tend to suggest that this has a corresponding effect on their attitude and productivity. So if you go the right way about buying new office furniture, it could eventually pay for itself.

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Last Modified / Updated on: June 22, 2017 at 10:48 am

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  • Punch List

    This list is generated after an office planning project’s completion; it identifies any items that are missing or damaged, similar to a ‘snagging’ list during office renovations.   It can apply to architecture as well as to furniture.

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