Can Furniture Really Benefit You?
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Can Furniture Really Benefit You?

While it may not be at the forefront of your mind as you enter a workspace, it’s evident that furniture has the ability to reshape the whole spirit of an office. Office furniture has the thankless duty of holding the most important things in any office workspace. From the chairs that hold the employees themselves, to the files and products stored in the multitude of cabinets that line the walls… Furniture is one of the most noteworthy elements in prompting your business to blossom.

Comfortable Chairs, Comfortable Minds
We all know the feeling of sitting down on a chair, only to realise just how uncomfortable it is. Most of us will just up and leave, or choose a different chair. Imagine the consequences of having to sit on that same unbearable seat for five days a week. If an employee perceives that they aren’t being cared for by your organisation, they can just up and leave too.

On the other hand, providing comfortable chairs for all employees – even taking into account their individual differences, and varying tasks – will demonstrate how much you value their health and safety. This will increase employee engagement with the company, and employee retention levels will improve. Striving to ease your employees’ minds at all times will have a substantial influence on their performance. Happy employees make a happy office!

The Consequences of Unsuitable Furniture
Kitting out your office with furniture without considering how well it suits your workforce simply makes no sense. Multitudes of studies have been undertaken in order to determine the effects of unsuitable office furniture, and the findings are clear. Using improper furniture for the task at hand can have considerable lasting effects on your employees, leading to an increased number of sick days and work-related injuries.

Various ailments, from musculoskeletal disorders to repetitive strain injuries, are commonly caused by patients’ constant use of unsuitable office furniture in the workplace. Investing in well-designed office furniture that suits your workforce is virtually a requisite in the competitive industries of today. Research has shown that doing so can actually improve the performance and productivity of your employees, too. If an employee’s mind is being flooded with thoughts about how much pain or discomfort they’re experiencing throughout the workday, there’s no chance they’ll be able to work to the best of their abilities!

Energise Your Workforce with Ergonomics
Ergonomics considers trying to improve the workforce’s efficiency as well as how employees interact with their working environment. Using ergonomic furniture can actually help energise your workforce. Ergonomically considered furniture is carefully designed to fit the shape of the body, encouraging employees to maintain good posture while remaining in a comfortable position. Studies have demonstrated that holding a healthy, upright posture for extended periods of time can actually encourage feelings of confidence and happiness.

On another note, the effects of chronic pain caused by uncomfortable or unsuitable furniture can be exhausting, leading to fatigue within employees. Ergonomic furniture avoids this altogether by providing employees with the exact level of support they need in order to carry out their everyday tasks. From keyboards, to chairs and cabinets, there’s an ergonomic solution for almost every piece of furniture within the modern office space.

Hopefully, upon having read this article, you will have become enlightened concerning the ways in which carefully considered office furniture really can benefit your business. Investing in more durable, comfortable furniture won’t only advantage your employees – it will save you time and money in the long run, too. Get in touch with us at Office Workspace today, to see how we can enhance your workforce’s capabilities with the use of ergonomic furniture.


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