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February 26, 2019
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Is hot desking right for your workplace?

Hot desking” continues to be a common workplace trend, but before you rearrange your business’ space, it’s worth considering whether it will lead to increased productivity and office health.

What is hot desking? It’s the practice of desk sharing. The idea is that instead of assigned desks for each employee, there are community desks that are available on a first come, first serve basis. It’s designed to encourage employee creativity by allowing them to change their environment each day, in addition to reducing the number of desks companies need to provide for their employees as not all of them are at a desk continually – some are on vacation, out sick, working flex schedules or in meetings.

What are the benefits and challenges with this type of set up and is it a good fit for your workplace? Keep reading for a helpful list of pros and cons to consider.

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February 19, 2019
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Have you thought about your office ergonomics?

Are office ergonomics a concern for your business? If your workplace lacks comfortable seating, adjustable desk options or other items which decrease workplace injuries, chances are your team members’ productivity and health may be suffering.

It may be time to do an audit of your workspace and make sure you are stocking essential ergonomic office tools. What should you be looking for? The following items are designed to protect your employees’ health at work, which has also been shown to boost productivity and focus.

What Constitutes Good Office Ergonomics?

Strong office ergonomics strategy is more than just setting up standing desks; it’s a mindset. Employers who embrace this belief gain three huge benefits:

  1. Increased Employee Retention: If you want your team members to increase their tenure at your organization, you should focus on making sure their needs are being met. Try using an employee engagement survey to help determine which areas you could be working harder to meet your workers’ needs by providing necessary ergonomic office tools.
  2. Decreased Liability and Safety Issues: Providing an ergonomically safe environment decreases the likelihood of an office accident and expensive workers’ compensation payments; see common workplace safety hazards here.
  3. Decreased Health and Wellness Costs: Health and wellness costs can be steep; encouraging good health at work starts with providing a positive environment for your employees to be in and leading by example; this will help them live healthier in other aspects of their lives.
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February 12, 2019
Improve Office Ergonomics

The term “ergonomics” was coined in 1857 from the Greek words for “work” and “natural law,” but it didn’t become a common expression in the English language until WWII. That’s when aircraft designers for the British Royal Air Force made it widely known through their work building cockpits to be compatible with human pilots. After all, what good is a plane if it can’t be flown efficiently?

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