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A Guide to Kneeling Chairs: Pros, Cons and How to Use Them

The original kneeling chair was created in 1979 by Hans Christian Mengshoel. It was called the Balans chair and revolutionised the standard chairs found in most offices. Today, they’re characterised by the way they’re used – kneeling.   As employees look for inventive ways to minimise the strain of office life on their bodies, kneeling chairs are becoming more commonplace. But are they a reasonable solution to the

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5 office features that are blurring the line between work and leisure

Offices are no longer simply places to work; a rising number of these environments are being kitted out to appeal to employees on a much broader level. From bars, to gyms, to sleeping areas, here are five increasingly popular office features that are blurring the lines between work and leisure. Bars You and your colleagues

Importance of flexible office design to employees

There are certain basic elements that all workers expect in an office. From comfortable chairs to plenty of storage, these characteristics are considered must-haves. However, beyond these fundamentals, employees are increasingly looking to their offices to meet other criteria – and one of these is flexibility. A recent survey of 3,500 workers carried out by

Could you create an office to please all your workers?

Whether it’s excessive noise, uncomfortable temperatures or limited space, there’s always something for office workers to complain about. One study conducted by an office solutions firm found that more than 80 per cent of employees thought their workplace prevented them from being able to communicate ideas freely, concentrate easily, work collaboratively without distractions or choose

How simplicity can help you make a style statement in your office

When it comes to office design, there are a whole host of decor themes you could go for. However, if fun, bright schemes or modern monochromes aren’t quite your thing, you could meet in the middle and go for something that promotes total simplicity. To learn how going for the stripped back approach can help

5 office design trends you’ll want to pay attention to in 2018

There’s no denying that office design has transformed in recent years. Luckily, stuffy cubicle farms and uninspiring rows of desks have been falling out of favour and are being replaced with more imaginative, user-friendly setups. When designing a workspace, companies are now paying more attention to their employees’ specific needs and preferences. Now, jobseekers want

Why are voices so distracting in the workplace, and what can you do about it?

With the growing popularity of the open plan office comes a wide range of benefits for businesses, including increased cooperation and camaraderie among staff. However, these layouts also have their downfalls. One of most common complaints from employees working in a shared space is noise – more specifically, other people’s voices. Read on to find

How to make your office appeal to millennials

The term ‘millennial’, or ‘Generation Y’, is usually applied to anyone born between the years 1980 and 1999, making it the largest group of people to emerge since the baby boomer generation. At present, these individuals are aged between 18 and 37, so it’s safe to say that a large portion of the workforce are

What’s So Special About Your Office Chair?

We’re going to break it to you – just about everything. We’ve helped you stay fit in the office but the reality is, if you’ve got a bad chair, the Eagle Pose can only do so much. So we gathered our knowledge and wits about us and dived into the important topic of – you