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Numerous reasons exist for why a company may want to rearrange their office furniture. Whether they are making room for new furniture, new employees, a new look, or any other reason, moving things around can help facilitate these needs. There are a few simple tips when making a plan for rearranging your office furniture.
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Rebranding, acquiring a new space, expansion, renovation, or it’s simply just time, there are several reasons why an office or other business would need new furniture. When it is time to take the plunge, there are several tips to keep in mind to make your office or business space work for you and your company.
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Maybe your organization has looked through our articles on flexible and updated workspaces and you agree the changes suggested are right for your company. Research backs your decision, according to one study published by Steelcase, collaboration leads to an increase in likelihood of performance and profit by up to five times. You have a design and a plan, but there is a tether holding you back from shifting to this innovative way of officing. The tether is almost a literal one, the question of h...
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02Oct

Everything Ergonomic

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Ergonomics is a vital part to consider when redesigning your space, especially in workspaces. General content about the benefits of digging into the ergonomics of your office can be found in many places, but there is a vast array of additional information about ergonomics which can assist your team and improve their work capabilities. While computer work stations often get a bad reputation for when discussing ergonomics, there are basic principles which apply to all areas of work, including asse...
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In addition to the multiple shifts in furniture design we’ve written about recently, there are shifts in the actual layout of offices that can really speak to the employees, clients, and anyone who steps foot in your work space. HBi lists 10 different ways to think about your work space and layout to recharge and refocus your organization.The NewsroomA key feature of the newsroom layout involves large clusters of desks, flexible seating, and open space to allow for movement, hustle, and bu...
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Your company has decided you are ready for a change; your current layout fails to meet your needs and your goals truly align with a redesign for the office. What comes next after the decision has been made? The steps you take are important. HBi Office Solutions has 5 tips that will help guide you in the planning process.
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Most businesses want to maximize productivity. In fact, we would guess that all businesses are interested in maximizing productivity, leading to profits, employee satisfaction, and better customer engagement. While there are numerous studies in how to increase productivity in regards to the training and development of employees, there is also much to be said about increasing productivity with tweaks and alterations to your physical workspace. In fact, HBi can make small changes in your office th...
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Whether you are entering into a new space, your business needs are growing, or you simply feel like you need to freshen up, reorganizing your workspace can be an exciting endeavor. For some, it can also be a daunting one. The emphasis, on any redesign, should focus on “being lean and flexible”, according to Alan Feltoon, managing principal at a Washington D.C. based architecture firm. Before jumping to action, tearing down cubicle walls and pushing desks out the door, there are several questio...
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Multiple aspects go into selecting what you purchase for any space you occupy. Whether you are choosing form over function, looking for particular aesthetics, working within the space you have, or a number of other factors, everyone has a list that drives them in their decisions. Ultimately, the products you choose for your business or workspace, should function in specific ways. A key aspect to take into consideration is ergonomics.
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Office furniture and overall design used to be very utilitarian, Hollywood gives us a clear picture of reality for most offices for the past few decades. Coveted corner offices, closed doors, secretaries perched outside ready to usher in clients or to remind their bosses of meetings, and standard furniture based on your rank within the company. Today’s offices do not have to fit into this mold, in fact HBI Office Solutions highly recommends that it does not. Instead, your workspace should fit t...
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