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Designing an office requires more than placing desks and leaving room for foot traffic, and it should be more than a place where employees sit to work. The solution lies in creating a work environment that positively impacts your employee’s health, happiness, and productivity in order to provide the results you’re looking for.
When a desk meets an employee’s ergonomic needs while providing the functionality they need to complete their tasks, their work product will improve.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on October 3, 2018 at 3:27 pm
Working from a home office may sound luxurious at first, but over time can become a space for poor focus, decreased productivity, and increased stress. Fixing these classic work from home problems isn’t impossible; they just require some insight into how we work best. These are the best home office ideas to help you have a healthy and productive work day every day.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on September 17, 2018 at 8:51 am
Your employees spend most of their time in their office, which means it’s up to you to help support their health, happiness, and productivity. In order to create an office that supports thriving employees, we need to address every part of the office, from furniture to lighting to décor.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on September 11, 2018 at 5:37 am
Our desks are made for people who believe a workspace can improve their career. From offices with 20 to 50 employees to those running companies from their home office, we have what they need.
Omnirax’s design ethos is to always design for the client. Whether at home or in a large office, people deserve to experience Collaborative Ergonomics for a better work day. Even when working from home, a collaborative and productive space will help you get the most out of your desk.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on July 10, 2018 at 6:01 am
A productive workforce doesn’t happen by accident and customizing for each department can maximize your team’s results. Creating a productive space for your startup means investing into quality furniture and planning for success. These are five more ways to design your startup’s office.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on at 6:00 am
Designing your startup’s office for a productive workforce used to be a nearly impossible task. Bulky conference room tables and non-ergonomic fixed-height desks made productivity difficult. Now there’s a better solution. With Collaborative Ergonomics, you can create an office that suits your startup’s unique needs and people-focused approach.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on June 19, 2018 at 10:20 am
Purchasing a height adjustable desk is a big investment, and it’s important to choose the right one. Should you get a standing desk converter, or spring for a complete desk setup? The decision lies in the ergonomics. Height adjustable desks can provide exceptional ergonomic support, but not all are created equal. Here’s what you need to know before purchasing a sit-stand desk.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on June 7, 2018 at 10:36 am
Standing desk converters are a quickly growing segment of the office furniture industry, but are they worth it? Since they sit on top of existing desks and are relatively inexpensive compared to a new desk, these converters are a quick solution to traditional desk woes.
It’s important to know the downsides, though. Standing desk converters tend to be bulky, will limit the ergonomics of your workspace, and raise only your keyboard, laptop or monitor.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on April 9, 2018 at 7:12 am
Over the last two decades, companies have begun to prioritize employee health over space-first office settings. This is particularly true as millennials continue to enter the workplace and the first Gen Zers begin to join them. These generations prioritize socially conscious companies that care about their employees, which means offices are evolving.
Posted by Omnirax Furniture Company on March 5, 2018 at 2:27 pm
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.