In any business establishment or workplace, it pays to have a proper, well-thought out plan when executing office fitouts in Brisbane. This especially is true for start-up businesses that are in the process of setting up their own corporate headquarters. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind when designing or rethinking your office space.
Do office workers have it easier than those who work out in the field? After all, office employees work within the cool confines of a building or standalone structure. But you can’t deny that office workers feel the same pressure as everyone else. They have deadlines to accomplish and targets to meet. In doing this, employers have the responsibility to provide an ideal work environment.
Business is thriving, the inflow of new employees is continuous, and your company is generally doing great, so a move to a new and more spacious location seems imminent. However, what are the sure signs that your business needs a new workplace that will not only be able to meet your demands but will also promote productivity among employees?
Moving into another office soon? This might be the perfect opportunity to design a more work-conducive space, because an efficient office fitout can greatly boost employee morale and retention.
Congratulations on acquiring your new office! Right now, you’re probably thinking about which office fitouts in Brisbane will help stimulate your employees’ creativity and productivity. After all, a fantastic workspace can easily encourage employees to give it their all and stay loyal to your business. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you design an office that your employees will love working in:
The average Australian office employee works a 38 hour week. This adds up to over 1,800 hours per year spent inside an office. With a substantial amount of time spent working, you should try to provide your employees with an office chair that keeps them comfortable throughout the day. A comfortable chair provides many benefits. One example is that it makes concentrating on the work-at-hand easier when seated comfortably. Another is that a good office chair can easily prevent back pain issues from surfacing. According to research, roughly 80 percent of the adult Australian population experience back pain at some […]
Office space is something that most businesses feel they never have enough of. Of course, renting or leasing a bigger place also translates to larger costs, and a business might not be willing or able to shoulder the additional expense.
People spend most of their adult lives at work, so office design is crucial not just in maintaining employees’ well-being but in improving their productivity as well. In recent years, companies have adapted the so-called “open-plan” layout to achieve these two goals, but as Alyesha Anderson of PerthNow.com.au reports, this scheme has some significant drawbacks:
Emergency Lighting – Testing and Inspection Australian Standard AS/NZS 2293.2 1995 relates to inspection and maintenance of Emergency and Evacuation lighting for buildings. Ensure compliance with Occupational Health and Safety obligations, as employers have a legal ‘Duty of Care’ to ensure that Emergency and Exit Lights work adequately, in a power outage, or other emergency, so people are able to quickly exit their way out of the building. Emergency lighting is an essential service that is quite often forgotten, until an accident or catastrophe happens in the event the power fails in your building, your emergency and exit lights must […]
Baresque is a new product offered by Urban Group that provide a wide range of Designer Screen and Ceiling choices. The product range has the ability to mix and match colour and finish with core type and design. The screens have the ability to have a frameless progressive design and flush finish through biscuit joins between each panel. The tiles are designed to fit into a standard 600 x 600 or 600 x 1200 ceiling grid system. The easy to use systems make installation easy. There are hundreds of colours and finishes to […]