Calantha LEBEAU. Office Table. January 11th , 2017.
What are the criteria for selecting office tables and furniture? You would be hard pressed to try to decide which criteria are most important because just like beauty in the eye of the beholder the office design is as person as the people and the purpose. That said... here is a reasonable list of considerations for selecting those important assets.
Office tables enable an employee to arrange required materials when he has to write or read something by keeping it all easily accessible on the table. They provide large space where additional materials like computers, stationery etc can be placed apart from regular reading and writing material. Generally most of the desks have more than two drawers where we can store paper and other office supplies.
Office desks are type of furniture being used for writing, reading, spot for holding equipment like computer, telephone, printers, and fax machine. They also offer storage space for a number of office supplies and papers. The standard office desk has few drawers for convenient storage solution.
Back and neck pain can be a major source of discomfort in the workplace. Hunching over an office table, every day for a long period of time and working in the same position is a major health hazard. Recent studies have shown that employers pay between - 15 to 18 billion dollars in workers compensation alone, every year. University Health Services - California, admits that eighty percent of adults are likely experience some type of lower back pain in their lifetime.
Office Furniture other than being a necessity at work is also essential to ensure a comfortable working environment for employees. Carefully chosen furniture can be a boon to the office by increasing productivity at work. Studies have shown that installing well designed and ergonomic furniture can increase productivity by 5 to 50%. And in todays competitive market, this percentage can make a crucial difference in helping your company gain an edge over your competitors.
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