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How Higher Quality Office Furniture Makes Healthier Employees

Running an office can sometimes be a thankless job. Whether you're receiving complaints about a break room with a wobbly table or another round of disgruntled concerns about fraying office chairs, it can always seem like you're playing catch up. But what if there was a better way to put an end to these annoying grumblings?

Luckily, this is possible right now if you invest in better quality office furniture. If it sounds simple, that’s because it is! Tackle the complaints right at their source, get your nagging employees off your back, and watch your employees become more healthy and motivated at the same time. It’s a win-win!

Avoid Annoying Repairs

You might think that purchasing the cheapest office supplies is a good thing for your bottom line, but you'd unfortunately be wrong. Chairs made of cheap material will need to be replaced often, making them a bad investment over time. Plus they’re bad for your bottom. Nobody wants a sore bottom. And desks that warp over time from low-quality wood, no thank you.

When this office furniture breaks, you've got to fix or replace it. You might try to get them to last as long as possible, or skip on the repairs you don’t think are necessary, but this will only make your problems even worse. Better to do it right the first time so you end up with no problems at all! You’ll even avoid injuries in the workplace, like if a chair were to break when someone sat down in it. That is not something you want happening on your watch. Not to mention it’s embarrassing.

Save the Bottoms!

For decades, offices have been about sitting in cubicles. You know, those neat rows of little squares that look good but everyone hates. Get rid of them! Research shows that group environments (such as conference room furniture with a long desk table) or standing desks can increase productivity. Think about it, collaboration will be easier and employees will be more alert since they won’t have to sit for hours and hours.

It’s a no-brainer. If you invest in high-quality office equipment, you’ll be able to double or triple your bottom line through better productivity, and you’ll save some bottoms too. And the best part is, there’s tons of different furniture out there, meaning you can find exactly what your office needs. If you don’t know where to start, talk with an office workstation designer to help you out. They have all the knowledge and experience to get you the best results. The future is paved with healthy office activity, so jump on it now!

Raise That Morale

In 2019, the U.S. office furniture market was valued at about 14.83 billion U.S. dollars. That’s huge! And it’s even bigger than compared to the market value in previous years because of better inventory. Have you ever noticed how cheap apartments and low-quality household items can make someone depressed? We’ve noticed too, and it’s because cheap stuff creates a cheap quality of life. Don’t let your office become a cheap quality of work! Your employees can tell if you aren’t putting effort into their workspace, trust us, we know. And if they know, then they won’t give you their fullest effort in return. So show them you care about them and invest in them. They’ll be excited to come to work the next day, eager to try out the new chairs with adjustable armrests and desks with drawers that slide open with ease. We’re excited just thinking about it!

Get Started!

We hope you see how investing in your employees and their work environment will encourage high-quality work. But before you start scrambling to stock up on organic food for the office kitchen or scheduling weekly office massages (though that sounds amazing), start with upgrading your office furniture. It’s simple and effective and can transform the office atmosphere into something special! It’s one of the best investments you can make. How you upgrade is up to you, but remember help is always available. Reach out to Office Outfitters, an office furniture store in Waupaca, WI. We are excited to meet you!

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