As a business owner, it only makes sense to improve employee efficiency and comfort in the workplace. Endless studies have consistently shown that correct ergonomic design helps to reduce discomfort at work, which increases job satisfaction, productivity and employee wellness – and reduces costs to the organization in the long run. Create. Activate. Motivate.
Now that warmer weather is here, it’s time for Spring Cleaning! When was the last time your office chair was deeply cleaned? How about those fabric panels in your cubicle? Continue reading TIME FOR SPRING CLEANING!
First impressions mean everything, so you want to put all the effort that you can into your lobby reception area. Since this space is your company’s introduction to the world, extra care should be put into choosing your lobby reception furniture. There are a multitude of choices out there, so it’s critical to take your time and use some helpful tips to make the right decision. Continue reading Tips for the Design of Lobby Reception Furniture
If you are responsible for running any type of health care center, the waiting room is the first impression you are going to make on your patients. As a result, there are a few important factors you should consider when picking out medical office furniture in Jacksonville. When you keep the tips here in mind, you will be able to make selections that look great and that help to create a welcoming and comfortable space. Continue reading Tips for Choosing Furniture for Health Care Waiting Rooms
If it’s time to redesign your office and give it new look, or if you’re starting from scratch, consider purchasing used office furniture in Jacksonville. Used furniture will save you money, which should be good news if you’re on a tight budget. Before making your purchase, follow these guidelines.
Although the image of your company has a direct impact on productivity and sales, the atmosphere you portray in the office plays a critical role as well. Whether you are opening a new business or expanding to take on more clients, an office design center can help you create a space that reflects the mission of your company.
Continue reading How Office Design Can Transform Your Company
Creating a Culture of Wellness
In 2014, U.S.-based corporate employers spent an average of $594 per employee on wellness-based incentives. Spending was expected to increase to $693 per employee in 2015, and is climbing even higher in 2016. It’s no surprise that corporate wellness has grown into an $8 billion industry.
When you think of a healing environment, what comes to mind?
A spa, a Japanese garden, perhaps a corner of your house? You probably didn’t even think about your physician’s office or a hospital. But that is beginning to change. Research now reveals that certain design changes in healthcare environments can reduce stress and alleviate the consequences associated with that stress. These changes can also help reduce medical errors and hospital-acquired infections, while improving staff efficiency and overall morale.
If your employees spend a great deal of their work hours at their desk, that could lead to a host of health problems in the future. Some of these can include back pain, sore wrists and bad posture, the Mayo Clinic says. You’ll want to carefully consider the features of every office furniture you have. Here are some of the best ones you should keep in mind when you shop around:
Sitting is the New Smoking! Continue reading Take a Stand for Corporate Wellness