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As companies begin to invest more into their offices, it’s important to improve them without over-“densifying.” Improving an office is more than adding desks or a snack bar. It’s recreating the work experience from the floor up, in order to create a space where employees can thrive.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on January 24, 2018 at 5:30 am
Integrating multi-functional design for your company may seem like an unreachable solution to collaborative blocks, but it’s possible. You can utilize multi-functional design in both open and closed office environments. By focusing on Collaborative Ergonomics, you can create a space that supports productivity and team work without sacrificing proper ergonomics.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on January 12, 2018 at 8:41 am
Our Sausalito showroom is now open, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to showcase our newly completed WeDesk line of ergonomic office furniture. It was important to us that we share the different ways our products are utilized. This not only gives you a better idea of how to incorporate it into your space, but also gives you a chance to sit down and experience it before purchasing.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on December 8, 2017 at 11:06 am
Collaborative ergonomics may sound like a complicated design process for your office, but it doesn’t need to be. Collaboration needs to be at the core of every company; a healthy company breathes it because they know it’s critical for growth.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on October 14, 2017 at 10:33 am
When we think of an office, it’s either a room filled with rectangular desks, or a sea of cubicles. But what would happen if we focused on creating an office built for collaboration, ergonomics, and a growing company? This is the future of the office.
Our goal is to bring more people in, make them more connected, and maximize your space. Collaborative Ergonomics is designed to expand or contract, based on your space. Regardless of your office’s shape, we can create a layout that maximizes both collaboration and ergonomics for every member of your team.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on at 10:33 am
In the last decade, an array of companies abandoned cubicles and made the transition to an open office floor plan. What many didn’t consider, though, were the workstations themselves. Traditional desks inhibit collaboration and don’t utilize space effectively. Together, this creates an office that doesn’t meet your employees’ needs.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on October 7, 2017 at 10:32 am
Our goal in creating custom or semi-custom designed educational workstations is to find the best solution for our clients. When a workstation meets their needs, everyone succeeds. We’ve worked with Jody Underwood of Romeo Music for some time, and have enjoyed working with him on each project he’s brought to us.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on September 12, 2017 at 10:31 am
Collaborative Ergonomics is more than building the right kind of desk; it’s developing a new way to work that’s functional, practical, and health-conscious. Designing an office with a Collaborative Ergonomics foundation requires teamwork, and this experience is why we love working with companies from many different industries.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on August 1, 2017 at 10:29 am
Multitasking used to be a sense of pride for many, but research now shows that monotasking is where real productivity appears. Instead of frequently switching tasks in the hope of improving productivity, these studies describe a brain unable to recover.
Workflow is hindered, and time is lost.
As monotasking becomes a fixture in the workplace, it’s important that your office supports this work environment. Providing your team with the right tools to improve monotasking means that productive collaboration will improve.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on July 7, 2017 at 10:29 am
Increasing your company’s productivity is a common goal among leaders, and one solution is implementing an open office floor plan. This choice is largely due to the improved collaboration that an open office provides.
These vital changes in how people work have greatly improved collaboration and productivity, which is why both large corporations and startups have chosen this type of office. There are a number of ways to implement this highly customizable plan depending on your team and your office.