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Features to Look for in Task Seating

Your office chair is perhaps the most important piece of office furniture that you own.  You should make an informed decision about office seating and find the task chair that fits you best.  There are so many seating options out there, it can get confusing...

Staying Motivated While Working From Home

You have a great looking, functional workstation set up in your home office.  Your ergonomic chair looks perfect and feels great too!  You have all the right office furniture, office supplies and tools so why is it so hard to get motivated?    Working from home...

Tips for Purchasing Office Furniture

Office furniture purchases for most small and mid-sized businesses are handled “part time” by someone who has many other responsibilities. This means that most purchases are made by a person who is not an expert at ordering office furniture. However, as long as you follow...

Organize Your Office in 10 Minutes a Day

Highly effective people are organized people. They can handle many tasks at the same time and do not lose track of their progress. They don't miss appointments or lose things as often as the rest of us do. They always have their work done on...

Color Forecast for 2010

The Color Forecast is out and I am loving the inspiration for the Sherwin-Williams 2010 Color Forecast.  Jackie Jordan, Director of Color Marketing for Sherwin-Williams commented, "In uncertain times, we find comfort in the memories and traditions that provide us with  a sense of solid ground. ...

Successfully Working From Home

I recently joined the growing segment of professionals and entrepreneurs that are working from home. Working from home has some obvious advantages: you get to spend more time with your family, you avoid expensive, frustrating commutes and you get to make sales calls in your...

Cubicle Manners and Etiquette

 Today I have decided to post an article from our September Newsletter.  I hope you you find it as insightful as I did!    An exceptional article recently landed on my desk by Ellen Reddick. Ellen specializes in training, consulting and coaching in business professionalism and communications....

Phone Ergonomics

     When you think about ergonomics (the applied science of designing and developing equipment, workstation layout and work strategies to best suit and protect the human body), do you ever consider how you use your telephone?  If you are like me, a good part of your day...

Paperless Office

Whatever happened to the paperless office? With today's amazing technology, we have the capacity to contain whole filing cabinets of information on just one CD-ROM.   Look at what the following can hold: One floppy disk: 750 sheets of paper, about a five-inch stack of typed pages 100 MB...

Acoustics in the Open Office

     Office buildings have become noisier and noisier in the past decade. Open plan offices have become the norm in most industries, as they require lower start-up costs, provide greater flexibility, and encourage communication and collaboration. An estimated 70 percent of office workers perform their...