Need a new home office? New remote position? Are you an employer looking to outfit hybrid/nontraditional employees? 21st Century demands in the workplace are very diverse so having a home office that is equipped with furniture solutions that fit you and your many needs is increasingly important. Post Covid-19 trends indicate hybrid and remote positions are here to stay as 25% of all jobs in North America are going to be remote by the end of 2022. An investment in your home office is an investment in not only your business and workflows, but your health and wellness as well.
Flexibility and Productivity
For businesses and employees alike, remote work offers many benefits even increased productivity by up to 13% according to a Stanford University Study. Remote and hybrid positions are crucial for organizations and individuals alike to conduct business in our ever-changing world. The first step in producing quality work in your home is having the right space that is specially designed to meet the needs of you or your organization.
Health and Comfort
As we all know inexpensive and low-quality desk chairs can lead to bad posture, neck and back pain which makes work next to unbearable. A number of high-quality solutions including our ergonomic and specially crafted desk chairs, adjustable standing desks, and our many other quality pieces provide professionalism, quality, and health benefits that are sure to make you and your employees are focused and comfortable in a professional space.
Working in the kitchen, on the couch, or at another space can disrupt your work-life balance. Having a designated space in your home for work ensures you keep your home life and your career separate as they should be. Transforming a spare bedroom or repurposing an existing space is easier than you think and with affordable options that are flexible for your individual needs, a dream office at home is attainable. An office space designed for your needs ensures you can work where you are comfortable and outfitted for success while allowing you to keep the rest of your home for what’s really important: family and living your life.