When visitors come into your office for the first time, you have one chance to make an impression. And, in the case of clients, potential customers or prime job candidates, this impression is particularly important.
When visitors walk in, the front office should give them an idea of your company’s priorities and personality. That impression should pave the way nicely for the conversations and business interactions that will follow.
Designing a reception area around a company brand isn’t exactly simple, especially for those of us with no interior design background. But you don’t need a thick manual or deep budget to inject some personality into your reception area décor.
Developing a distinctive style means making some choices: Your reception area can’t be both calming and energising, nor can it be both playful and serious, or both approachable and awe-inspiring.
Get some inspiration by browsing www.cecilnurse.co.za and choose what feelings you want to evoke in your own reception area.
Or, contact your Cecil Nurse consultant today to find out what’s hot, what’s new and what’s for you in terms of all things office furniture.
Start by sitting ergonomically
If you spend the better part of your day parked in your office chair, you owe it to your body to choose a chair that gets top marks for ergonomics! And, if you are like most office workers, you probably spend about as much time sitting at your desk, as you do sleeping.
Investing in an ergonomic office chair is probably one of the most important decisions you can ever make to improve the wellness of your workplace. Not only does it allow for comfortable sitting, but it also enhances employee productivity levels in the long run. With ergonomic office chairs, cases of absenteeism caused by leg, pelvic or back pain are greatly reduced, because a good office chair promotes a natural sitting position. As a result, you and your employees can concentrate more on work and less on pain.
These days most office workers spend their workday sitting in front of a computer – a position that is not natural for the body to hold for long periods of time – cumulative stress contributes to problems like back and neck pain, headache, poor posture, and eye strain.
With ergonomic office chairs, cases of absenteeism caused by leg, pelvic or back pain are greatly reduced, because a good office chair promotes a natural sitting position. As a result, you and your employees can concentrate more on work and less on pain.
Visit www.cecilnurse.co.za and find a chair that will leave you feeling supported throughout your workday. Cecil Nurse has a host of different types of ergonomic chairs that promote good posture – especially when they are paired with short bouts of standing and walking.
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