Author Archives: Judith Callens

  • How do I decide how big my office desk should be?

    When it comes to finding the right desk, it’s about more than just choosing a style you like. You also must ensure that the size of your desk suits your space and the way you work. Besides the basc measurements, there are several other factors to consider when choosing a desk size.These include: Available space …

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    The importance of meeting room names

    When it comes to creating stand-out meeting room spaces, it’s not just the furniture you choose that makes an impact. Even the name you give a meeting room can have significance and help you reflect your company culture.  A name can reveal a lot about a place, such as reflecting what you want your business …

  • Understanding Office Furniture Measurements

    When browsing for office furniture, you need to know more than an idea of your layout and the style you have in mind. In order to choose the correct furniture for your office space, it is essential that you understand the office furniture measurements that are featured on every product. Our handy guide makes it …

  • Tax home workers to help low-income workers, says new report

    New research from Deutsche Bank suggests an extra tax for home workers after the pandemic to help support low-income earners and those whose jobs are at risk. Those who continue to work from home after the Covid-19 pandemic should be taxed more for doing so, according to a new report. Deutsche Bank Research suggests that [...] More
  • How to improve your posture when working

    The way you work can have a dramatic effect on your posture, resulting in back pain and long-term issues. Improving your posture at work could make a huge difference. Whether you’re working from the office or working from home, your posture is important. It is far too easy for poor posture to become second nature [...] More
  • Businesses more willing to buy home office furniture for remote staff

    A growing number of companies now believe that it is their responsibility to absorb the cost of home offices for employees who are working remotely. This year has seen companies adapt to remote working due to the Covid-19 pandemic and now it seems that many of them are seeing the benefits. So much so, many [...] More
  • Companies are at risk of an ’employee burnout spike’ in 2021

    January employee burnout spike caused by added Covid-19 stress could be on the way. January could see a ‘burnout spike’ among workers, as people struggle to cope with continued remote working and Covid-19 restrictions. Experts are predicting a rise in employee burnout in the new year after research revealed that online searches for “burnout symptoms” [...] More
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    Will COVID-19 affect my order?

    We're working hard to keep everything moving. Here's what you need to know about your order and Coronavirus The recent outbreak of Coronavirus is affecting many industries and individuals. We understand that you likely have some concerns about placing an order or about existing orders in light of the issues COVID-19 is having on some [...] More
  • Home Work Furniture Lookbook

    Create the perfect home office with our all-in-one slimline desk and storage solutions. Creating a workspace at home can be a challenge if you don't have a dedicated room to transform into a home office. Many people end up working from their sofas or kitchen tables, which isn't ideal for productivity, switching off after work [...] More
  • UK employees working 1,000 unpaid hours a year

    Getting to the office early and leaving late means that many UK workers are providing thousands of hours of free labour to their employees. Many workers in the UK are giving over 1,000 unpaid hours of labour to their employers every year by starting early and finishing late. According to new research from Hitachi Personal [...] More