Monday, July 31, 2017

9 Questions to Ask When Looking for Office Space

Whether you’re hitting the office space market for the first time or you’ve moved your business before, staying focused on the immediate steps at hand will save you time, money and stress. That starts with honing in on the right questions early on in the office leasing process.

Geiger fine tunes ergonomics and style with their Taper Chair

This chair does a whole lot more than just look good.

There's no denying that the Taper Chair by Mark Goetz is one handsome piece of office furniture, but what good is an office chair if it's not comfortable or ergonomic. Goetz teamed up with Dr. Brock Walker, who has been a longtime advisor to Herman Miller to create chairs that not only look good, but feel good too. And it's not simply about comfort either, the contours of the chair offer spinal and lumbar support to ensure that you're sitting correctly and comfortably. Contact a bfi sales representative for more information.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Take Naps at Work. Apologize to No One.

Naps at work can make you more productive. Maybe don’t be this obvious about it, though. 
In the past two weeks I’ve taken three naps at work, a total of an hour or so of shut-eye while on the clock. And I have no shame or uncertainty about doing it. I couldn’t feel better about it, and my productivity reflects it, too.


Source: The New York Times

Saturday, July 29, 2017

3 Ways to Design an Open Office That Employees Love

Too much transparency. Disruption. Lack of engagement. These are a few of the words executives have tossed around in their discussions about the once-cool open office work environment. But before you jump on the anti-open office bandwagon, learn why these types of workspaces often fail.

With the right strategy for success, companies can reap the positive benefits of an open office environment. From enhanced knowledge sharing between employees to improved productivity and job satisfaction, it all starts with three key components: evidence-based design, technology, and training.



Friday, July 28, 2017

Care represents a new concept in nursing chairs

Care represents a new concept in nursing chairs. Ideally suited for patient transport, treatment, and recovery, the chair is easy to operate and certified as a medical product.

It is available with a wood or metal frame and a variety of options, including a push-on tray, IV stand, push bar, and a folding footrest. Its versatility allows Care to replace the ordinary hospital wheelchair or even a hospital bed in outpatient, intravenous therapy, and recovery rooms.