Benefits of Recycled Office Cubicles

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When looking to furnish an office with cubicles, there are many factors to consider. It’s an investment of time and money, so you want to get great value. One of the best ways to get more bang for your buck is to consider recycled office cubicles, like ROSI’s RECube remanufactured product line. Affordable Recycled office cubicles average 30-50% less in Read More

Take Care Of “You” At The Office

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Take Care Of “You” At The Office   When we think of the various causes of disease and poor health, we often consider factors like bad diet, lack of sleep, or family history. When we hear the term “self-care”, it’s usually about relaxation methods, mental health care, or pursuing hobbies. For working Americans, there is a key component that is Read More

The Best 2019 Office Design Trends

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The Best 2019 Office Design Trends With every new year comes a new opportunity for a fresh start. Studies show that the average employee will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime. This New Year, make the office an awesome place to work. Add in these ‘Best 2019 Office Design Trends’ and employees will get a fresh start in Read More

5 Ways To Keep Your Office Workstation Organized


Taking a look around any office, you’ll often find people in two camps – those with tidy desks and those with mounds of clutter. Does it really make a difference to keep a clean desk? As it turns out, there are many benefits to working in a more organized fashion. Could your office workstation need a little help in this Read More

Are Ergonomic Office Chairs Worth The Cost?

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Are Ergonomic Office Chairs Worth The Cost?  Short answer: “YES”. Here’s why. With all of the office chair options out there, you might be wondering what the difference is between a cheap, standard chair from a big box store and an ergonomic office chair that comes with more features and a heftier price tag.  Is it worth investing in an ergonomic Read More

Is Employee Cell Phone Use Bad For Business?

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Is Employee Cell Phone Use Bad For Business? Eighty percent of Americans own one. They hold the title as the foremost method of communication among adults under 50. They’re small, they’re mighty, and they’re here to stay: the ever popular smartphones. In the workplace employee cell phone use is oftentimes deemed an unwelcome disturbance.  But are employers overlooking the potential Read More

The Break Room Breakdown

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The Break Room Breakdown Many companies provide employees with a break room, where they can relax and grab a snack or eat a meal before returning to work after the end of their break or meal period. The purpose of a breakroom is to help increase employee morale and employee retention, but without proper breakroom etiquette, problems between employees and Read More

The Cost Of Tariffs On Your Office Furniture Project

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The Cost Of Tariffs On Your Office Furniture Project In the past year, we saw taxes levied on an extensive range of products the U.S. regularly imports from foreign countries, not the least of which is “Section 301.” The first phase of Section 301 took effect on September 24th with a 10% tariff on both office furniture and furniture parts Read More

How Your Business Can Avoid Disaster Scams

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How To Avoid Disaster Scams As the saying goes, “Everything’s bigger in Texas,” and unfortunately, that includes the cleanup efforts after Harvey. With the waters receding, many people are still left wondering how to even start picking up the pieces. If you’re a business owner, you not only have to worry about repairing your home, but also your commercial property Read More

How To Revitalize Your Business Immediately After A Flood

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Cleaning up after a flood can be an emotional and financial disaster. After floodwaters have cleared, you’re left with evaluating your business inside and out. From filing insurance claims to keeping customers informed to replacing your office furniture, there is a lot to do. It can be overwhelming. Not sure where to start? Here are some things you should do Read More

Apple’s Open Office Rebellion. It’s More Common Than You Think.

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Open offices highlight large open spaces and shared work areas. They have become a very popular office design concept. In fact, approximately 70 percent of all offices now have an open floor plan. If you’re thinking about making the leap though, you might want to think again. Despite their popularity, open office design can create huge problems. Let’s take a look Read More

Is It Time To Update Your Office Design?

It’s hard enough to juggle the daily tasks of running a business, so thinking about updating your office design may be the last thing on your mind. But, neglecting this area could have a serious negative impact on your bottom line. How do you know if it’s time for a change? First Impressions When it comes to business, first impressions Read More

Not Your Dad’s Office Cubicles

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Last week I stumbled on some old photos of my dad’s office from the 1970’s. I work in the office furniture world so I took particular notice (and had a good laugh) at the no-frills office cubicle. These photos featured grey fabric boxes, cream-colored metal cabinets and loads of clutter. Each desk featured a landline phone (front and center) surrounded Read More

Office Cubicles Office Benching – What’s The Difference?

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Office Cubicles Or Benching – What’s The Difference? Cubicles – The first specified workspace on the scene back in the 1960’s, cubicles have been ostracized and hated ever since. Interestingly, the creator of the cubicle, Robert Propst, hated what his initial vision became. He wanted the office cubicle to be open at 120 degrees and looking a lot like the Read More

How To Survive The Open Office

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How To Survive The Open Office Infographic Employers are embracing the open office because it’s so cost-effective, but are they forgetting a large portion of their workforce in the design? Follow this infographic for ways to survive the open office and keep your focus. Survival Tips: Take several breaks throughout the day and get outside. Use headphones to signal that Read More

Workplace Ergonomics Save Money

If you’re on the fence about investing in new, more ergonomic friendly office furniture, this might change your mind. Studies have shown that strategic improvements in this area save time and money by allowing your employees to perform at their best. What Is Ergonomic Office Furniture? Ergonomic office furniture includes a wide range of products. But, it’s not always necessary Read More

Easy Office Yoga Poses

If you’ve been working for several hours non stop or stuck in meetings all day, you need some office yoga in your life! Take a quick break to move through these easy poses to feel re-energized. Side Bends Stretch out the sides of your torso with this rejuvenating, yet simple pose. Stand with feet shoulder width apart, and inhale your Read More

More Ways To Support Employee Wellness

Employee wellness is not a new idea, and it’s not likely going away anytime soon. The statistics on how sedentary people are at work are shocking, and companies are realizing that it’s in everyone’s best interest to encourage being active during the workday. Here are just some ways to inspire movement and health at the office. Bike Share Biking to Read More

Generation Z: What They Want In Office Design

Just when we think we have things figured out, the universe throws another monkey wrench into the mix. Office design trends have shifted since the Millennial burst onto the workplace scene over 15 years ago. There’s a new kid on the block now called Generation Z. What changes will they bring to the office? Generation Z This population of people Read More

Hot Trend: Lounge Style Office Furniture

It’s true that many companies are leaning towards a more residential feel at the office, with less sterile design and more comfortable spaces. But now some are also including lounge style office furniture in working areas. Are there benefits to a more reclined posture at work? Creative Thinking In offices where employees need to be creative, reclining can lead to Read More

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