Selecting the Correct Furniture for Your Office
When refurbishing an office you will often think about new furniture. Whether you are equipping an office for the first time in new premises or whether you are simply refreshing your existing office, it can be tricky to decide what furniture options are best for you and your needs. There is a lot to think about. The first thing to consider is the type of business that you are, what your staff do and what regular daily tasks involve. You will need to consider office tables. These are required in pretty much every office and a multi-functional office table is always likely to provide some value and use to all of your staff. An office table has a different role in the office to a desk. Office tables are for the likes of meetings, presentations and group chats. They can be moved out the way when not in use.
An office desk on the other hand is more specifically aimed at being a specific person’s work space. An office desk allows for storage space such as cabinets and drawers. It is likely to be used by one person alone and therefore office desks may have to be ordered in large quantities. So, consider how many people need a permanent desk. You will then need to add on additional office desks to provide working areas for temporary staff or for periods of overflow.Alternatively you may wish to consider a workstation desk. Workstation desks often come in modular form. They provide more than just a desk, they provide an actual “mini office”. They will allow for individual work areas. It effectively allows users to have their own small office with partitions without taking up much more space than a standard desk. This is a great option for minimising distractions.
It is also good for workers who use a phone regularly and need to minimise distraction and noise. Workstation desks can be used together. These allow for small clusters to be formed. This allows for easy grouping of teams or departments. It is the perfect choice for limited space. Taking the concept of workstation desks even further is the call centre desk. Call centre desks are ideal for anyone using a phone regularly. They provide ample space for a monitor and PC as well as a phone system. They usually provide partitions. This partition allows for a focused work area that cuts out some of the noise from the person next to them. These desks can be grouped together. This again allows for the easy formation of teams or different departments.
Call centre desks can often be formed in small circular pods. This allows maximum usage of space. It allows you to fit many call centre operatives in to a small area while maintaining a suitable work space for all employees. Never buy furniture before thinking through the options first. Consider the options and do a practice layout on paper first. This will help you make the most of the space you have available.
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