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Creating Office Spaces That Inspire

     Your office space is a place where your employees meet day to day to engage in activities that help your company flourish and grow.  The space in which they work should do more than just house creative minds, it should inspire them.  A well...

Remanufactured Cubicles – The Secret to Cutting Office Expenses

The struggling economy has led many businesses to search for the best way to cut office expenses.  Among the variety of ways that a company can save money, refurbished office cubicles is one of the most sensible and popular.  While there many manufacturers and models of furniture...

Bed Bugs in the Office

When I was a child, my mom would tuck me into bed and say "sleep tight don't let the bed bugs bite".  I have never actually seen a bed bug and wasn't sure that they existed.  Come to find out, I'm not alone.  It seems that...

Energy Efficiency Improvements for the Office

While the primary focus of our blog is to talk about remanufactured office furniture and the many benefits refurbished cubicles offer to the environment, it is also important to think about some of the other facets of your building and how they can work together to...

Sitting is Deadly

Health experts have issued a new warning.  Are you sitting down? If you are, that's the problem.  According to a recent article by the Associated Press, sitting is deadly!   According to the article, scientists are warning that sitting for prolong periods of time, even if you...

Managing Work Stress

Job stress is common in the workplace.  It is important to address what is causing you stress and take appropriate steps to reduce it.   Stress can cause decreased job satisfaction, reduced production, and increased conflicts, which all lead to even more stress!  When you ignore stress signals, you...

History of the American Office

The locally oriented American economy of the early 1800s did not need offices as we know them today.  Business was run then much as it had been run for half a millennium. Goods were made, transported, and sold. With the help of a few clerks,...

Becoming Happy and Satisfied at Work

Was one of your resolutions for the new year to be more happy and satisfied with your work?  If you have the desire and commitment, these tips from lifelearning.com will help you to feel more satisfied and productive as you leave your office cubicle each...

Reading the Work Place Environment

Knowing how to read your colleagues’ work spaces can help to nurture your on the job relationships.  From environmental clues, you can learn who has the same tastes and values, determine if co-workers are reliable and organized, and even conclude who is committed to the...

Feng Shui Tips for the Office

Feng shui principles can easily be applied to the office environment.  Here are a few simple Do's and Don'ts taken from Care2.com to make your office space better equipped with positive energy and a sense of prosperity and well being.   DO sit in the corner farthest from the entrance...