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5 Tips to Prepare Your Office Furniture Budget


When purchasing office furniture, you need to be prepared to answer the following question. “What is your budget?” If you don’t have a budget, don’t feel alone. Most companies are unfamiliar with costs associated with office furniture, and often find themselves dependent upon contract furniture dealers, architects and designers to determine how much they need to spend. But there are…

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Pantone’s 2013 Color of the Year Can Make Your Office Shine


Last year’s color of the year, Tangerine Tango, was a spirited, reddish orange that provided the energy boost we needed to recharge and move forward.   The 2013 PANTONE Color of the Year, Emerald 17-5641, picks up where the tango left off with a vivid, verdant green, enhancing our sense of well-being even further by inspiring insight, as well as…

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How To Find The Perfect Height For An Office Chair


Rarely is there a solution so simple that can bring benefits so great and yet it’s either unknown or ignored in almost every office.  A few moments reading this and acting on the tips can prevent weeks, or even months, of pain and discomfort. According to the American Chiropractic Association an improperly adjusted chair can cause you a multitude of…

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Ordering zithromax


Even with the thousands of options available when choosing office furniture, everything basically falls into three distinct categories: Traditional Transitional Contemporary The traditional and contemporary styles fulfill the more extreme and defined needs to express one’s taste. But it is the transitional styles that have gained such widespread appeal in recent years. As a matter of fact we are finding…

Ordering zithromax

The Outdoor Office: Is It Just Pie in the Sky?


    We hear it over and over. We say it ourselves. The economic crisis, digital advancements and ecological concerns have changed the world. So much so, we refer to it as a paradigm shift: a line in the sand; before and now. This in turn has dramatically affected where and how we do business. Open space and collaborative concepts,…

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As the Number of Women in the Workforce is Increasing, the Number of Women Who Create The Workspace is Decreasing


  According to a recent survey conducted by The Architect’s Journal, the percentage of women in architecture has fallen over the past few years, dropping from 28% in 2009 to 21% in 2011. Yet, during the same time period the number of women in the U.S. workforce exceeded the number of men for the first time in history. And with…

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Admins Are The Pulse Of An Office And The Beat Begins At the Front Door


Often times your receptionist is the first impression that visitors will have of your business. And most likely he or she performs several tasks in addition to greeting your guests from answering phones to clerical work, from moving papers to moving people. According to the International Association of Administrative Professionals, “The more than 4.1 million secretaries, receptionists and administrative assistants…

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US Map Shows Mandatory Continuing Education for Architects In All 50 States


  Although there is no national license per the NCARB, architects can be individually licensed in each state of the United States. Architects are licensed separately under different laws, and must apply for a license in each jurisdiction. If you are licensed in multiple states, you are well aware that continuing education dates and requirements also vary in every state.…

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