Office design is changing. It’s clear that over the years the perception of what shapes a productive work environment has been greatly revised. Priorities have changed and so have the looks.
With the economy finally take a turn for the better and business owners at last beginning to feel more confident about the future (some even preparing to expand and grow) Century Office are.
A multitude of business owners are under the impression that office refurbishments are both costly and have few benefits. Interior design updates to the workplace are often viewed as simply.
With a new financial year comes the excuse for new beginnings. So why not begin by redesigning your office space; a small change in furniture can make a big difference. A ‘relaxed’ office is.
A recent 2018 UK workplace stress survey found that 91% of British workers have experienced stress at work, with one in three affected by it at least once a week. Research has also shown.
The modern office and the way we work in the 21st Century has drastically changed. Now more than ever we are seeing a focus being placed on creating office design to facilitate employee.
Sit/stand desks have been finding their way into an increasing amount of offices in recent years, however, they still don’t have the presence they should. What is discouraging many employers.
Choosing an office chair can be daunting for the employer and for the home office customer. For the employer of many staff it’s important to choose a chair that can be dynamic and adaptable.
There is much more to designing your office layout than just ensuring that every member of your team has a desk, chair and a set of drawers, and companies should be seeking specialist advice.
Just a few months after launching the C.A.P.S campaign, which endeavours to promote the importance of circulation, activity, posture and support, ergonomic seating and desk designers Century.