Office. Monday , March 13th , 2017 - 11:10:52 AM
A recent trend is to have everyone working in an open floor plan model. This means doing away with window offices for managers and cubicle offices for other employees. Upper management is seated in a large room and shares their space with every other employee in the company. This allows for open communication between employees and their managers. It is just one way to improve communication in the workplace. Remove cubicles and take down the barriers that prevent employees from open communication. Base your new office design on functionality, ease of use, purpose of office space and a mobile work style model. Create small hubs where employees can gather and discuss ideas.
Review all fees carefully so you know what you are paying for. Ask about any hidden costs and things of that nature. Some companies charge for call forwarding or itemised mail forwarding and you need to know this up front.
Is there anything worse than having a staff meeting and being short-chaired? Or almost as bad, not having enough chairs with back support. No one wants to get stuck sitting on a lousy stool for a 2-hour meeting. What about a mangy, sawed-off couch for the staff lounge room (ah...how relaxing! thanks, boss) or tables that wobble? Or employees not being able to file and find needed documents on a moment's notice because the office furniture does not include shelving, enough file cabinets, or drawers.
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