Making the Move from a Traditional to Open Office: COE’s Options

April 12, 2018 by ebcdev

Open office discussions have been going on for a long time. Not every business is Google or Facebook; just because you’re interested in an open office concept doesn’t mean you want a common area with picnic tables and bean bag chairs. In fact, there may be situations where you want to transition away from a […]

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Coworking Space for Small Businesses Part 2

August 13, 2014 by admin

If your small business is looking for a coworking space to supplement your existing office footprint, it’s time to examine some pros and cons. Although this isn’t as serious a decision as leasing or building your own office, it will still have repercussions for your employees. Love and Hate for Coworking Spaces Across the web, […]

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How Facility Management Is Changing

June 5, 2014 by admin

The physical office building is one of a company’s greatest assets and investments as well as a substantial source of liability. If the facility is well designed, properly maintained, and used to its fullest potential, all is well. But when it is in disrepair, the workplace can become unpleasant or even hazardous. If space is […]

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How to Keep an Office Free From Pests

March 28, 2014 by admin

Keeping your office free from pests should be a top priority for any business owner. If you are concerned about the reputation of your company, you need to keep your office building clean and presentable. If the office becomes infested with termites, it could ruin the building and anything inside of it. What are some […]

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4 Innovative Office Design Trends

March 7, 2014 by admin

Office designs change and evolve every few years and incorporate the newest in organization and design thinking to the workplace. The top companies will employ industrial-organization psychologists to try to implement the perfect layout for an office to optimize their employees’ productivity and happiness. The newest trends and changes are not without their pros and […]

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The World’s Most Unusual Office Designs

February 28, 2014 by admin

The design and layout of an office isn’t just for functionality. It helps to improve efficiency and mood, boosting creativity and productivity within a company. Looking around you to see wilting indoor plants, boring white walls and basic office furniture, all illuminated by harsh white fluorescent lighting is likely to encourage a stress headache, but […]

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Tips for Keeping an Office Tidy

February 14, 2014 by admin

Keeping a cubicle space neat and orderly can sometimes seem like a waste of time, especially when you have other more important tasks to attend to. Ignoring the mess on your desk could mean that you will have trouble finding important paperwork or folders in the future. An cubicle or office work space doesn’t have […]

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Is Your Office Lighting the Brightest and the Best?

October 5, 2013 by admin

If your office is improperly lit, chances are you’re not working as productively as you could be. Office lighting and temperature can affect our brains, and even if you work in a large office beyond your control, there are things you can do to help make your cubicle more comfortable. First, understand that natural light […]

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New Office Space Kept Under Wraps

April 12, 2012 by admin

This week’s news story about office furniture raises an interesting question: How much information should workers have about a workplace renovation or a move to a new office? Here’s the scenario. In New York, many state employees are being shuffled around right now. The state is taking steps to reduce costs by making use of […]

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Office Furniture and Office Space TCO Tips from Steelcase

August 23, 2011 by admin

As we continue exploring the free office environment resources provided by Steelcase, you won’t want to miss their white paper about the true value of space and the value of what you put in it. The cubicle manufacturer advocates installing workstations on the ceiling of your office space so that employees can hang upside down […]

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Office Furniture For Coworking Spaces

May 27, 2011 by admin

It looks like coworking spaces are passing the point of being a fad and becoming a real trend in the U.S. These facilities offer a group office environment for entrepreneurs and others who typically work from home. People who thrive on social interaction and those who get energized by being around other creative individuals enjoy […]

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Instant Office Cubicles – San Diego Rentals

May 21, 2010 by admin

Are you looking for cubicles but not yet prepared to buy? Leasing fully furnished office space is a potential option to explore.

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Space Saving Ideas for Office Furniture In San Diego

January 7, 2010 by admin

As the author of this article about office furniture in San Diego points out, business real estate in California is expensive. The less space employers have to pay a monthly lease for, the better. However, there is a fine line between being efficient and packing workers in like sardines. When employees feel crowded and undervalued, […]

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Fun Facts About Cubicles: Del Mar Offices Host Unseen Intruders

December 3, 2009 by admin

OK, so this is more of a gross fact than a fun fact about cubicles. Del Mar office spaces are often plagued with uninvited guests called dust mites. These tiny arthropods feed on flakes of skin that humans shed on a daily basis. Dust mites tend to accumulate in bedding because that’s where people spend […]

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Ventilate Your Cubicles: Vista Climate Offers Fresh Air for Worker Health

October 23, 2009 by admin

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to pop open the windows at work? It sure would be nice to let a breath of fresh air waft through the office and along the rows of cubicles. Vista, California is actually not a bad place to try this. With daytime temps averaging between 68 […]

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