With an eye on reducing costs, organizations often evaluate the purchase of used furnishings for their new workplaces. While used furniture savings may appear considerable, buyers must take into account a series of underlying factors in their decision making process.
This great infographic will give you some insightful ideas when considering buying furniture.
A visual summary of the Knoll Research paper “New versus Used: What to Consider When Evaluating Furniture Options.”
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The never-ending quest to make our days at work more productive and less stressful is a big topic that we all face every day. Feeling healthy and happy does aid in this quest but it requires some effort and thought. Having the right tools will increase our chances for success. So, we decided to help you achieve some of those goals. We did some research and found this very informative infographic that hopefully can give you some useful tips to pump you up!
Make it a habit!
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Eyestrain? Sore back? It is amazing how making even small tweaks to office furnishings or work habits can make you more comfortable. To reduce your risk of injury, and improve your performance, consider these ten practical ergonomic tips for your workspace — and work style.
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The Pitfalls of Open-Plan Offices
The debate continues about the open office. Reuben Yonatan writes ” there’s absolutely no evidence that an open-plan office boosts morale or productivity, and mounting studies that show the exact opposite effects.”
Check out this infographic, We found it to be very informative.
A visual summary of the Knoll Research paper WHAT’S GOOD FOR PEOPLE? MOVING FROM WELLNESS TO WELL-BEING.
Sometimes when we are trying to determine what is our style, we can certainly come up with many different interpretations. By chance, we came across this infographic which we thought was pretty cool and to the point. Even though the pictures are geared more towards home environments, the descriptions could be applied to any space. What’s your style?
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