Buyer's Guide: What Type of Office Chair is Best for You? - 14 October 2015

Choosing an office chair may seem like a simple task, but when you really think about it, a lot of factors come into play and can affect your decision drastically.  From the average duration you spend sitting down per day, to the climate of the country you’re in, these variables can and should affect your decision when it comes to picking out a new office chair. Many of us don’t pay attention to the state

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The Best Perks of the Job (Infographic) - 21 September 2015

Employers can face a struggle to attract and retain a diverse range of special talent. Heads can easily be turned if an employee doesn’t feel valued within a company. Many studies have noted that a high satisfaction rate related to employee benefits can go a long way to increasing loyalty and happiness within the work force. While large companies have the financial backing to provide lucrative benefits that help retention rates, small companies should still

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Win the Revo! Free Office Chair Competition - 24 August 2015

**THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED** Today’s your lucky day! We’re offering you the chance to win a top of the range office chair that has a RRP of £495.00. The Revo office chair has a stunning ‘egg’ shaped contemporary design that will surely attract attention. To Enter, simply submit your name and email in the submission box below. The competition will run from 24th to 30th August 2015. The winner will be emailed on 1st

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I Used a Kneeling Chair for a Week & Here's What Happened - 22 June 2015

We had a kneeling chair delivered to the ChairOffice HQ a few months ago (as a new product sample), and we all had great fun testing it out and figuring out how it worked. However, once the novelty wore off (and the boss suggested we all get back to work) we all retired to our traditional office chairs, and the kneeling chair was left in the corner, only to be used as a foot support

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Office Design Wars - Which Style Is Truly The Best? - 26 May 2015

When it comes to office design there is no ‘one size fits all’. As an employee, we all have different needs and different wants. But as with most jobs, we rarely have the power to change up our office dynamic and we often have to either ride it out or find another job with an office environment more suitable to our preferences.  It is said that the most desirable elements of an office space are

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15 Ways To Uniquely Decorate Your Office Desk - 29 April 2015

For many of us who work in an office, the majority of our week will be spent on the job. The office becomes a second home since we spend so much time there. Unfortunately, with all this time spent at the office, day to day life can become quite mundane and predictable. While many of us may not have the power or authority to assert such a drastic change in our work load to day

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Which is Better? Working at the Office or Working from Home? - 24 March 2015

In 2013, a memo from Yahoo’s Human Resources department was sent all Yahoo employees, banning remote working; “Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people, and impromptu team meetings”. Virgin’s Richard Branson, however, was quick to voice his disagreement with Yahoo’s actions, calling it a “backwards step in an age when remote working is easier and more effective than ever.” And a year later, in 2014, the

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Office Etiquette - What Not to do in the Workplace - 26 February 2015

Office culture across the country tends to be very similar from company to company. For people whose lives revolve around office life, we know that an unhappy office can be very destructive and demotivating environment to work in. While we all have our individual quirks and things that make our blood-boil, there are triggers that universally create a hostile atmosphere within any workplace. Co-workers may not always realise what they are doing is actually disrupting

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Bad Day at the Office? 20 Quotes to Motivate You - 13 January 2015

Everyone needs some motivation once in a while. Bookmark this page, and when you (or a colleague) are in need of a little motivation, #BeInspired by this list of encouraging quotes. 1. It’s easy to disregard something that seems difficult as ‘impossible’, but remember that everyone starts at the beginning. It might seem impossible now, but if you practice, work hard and face the challenge head-on, you may find that it’s not actually ‘impossible’ at

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10 Healthy Office Lunch Ideas (Infographic) - 07 November 2014

Working a 9-5 office job can leave you playing out the same routine, day in day out. This also affects your lunch time with many of us opting for the easier option of grabbing something quick (and more often than not, something unhealthy). Eating healthily at lunch unfortunately is often associated with negative connotations such as too time consuming and costs too much money. But with the right know-how and plan of action, you too

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Successful People: 12 Things They Do Before Sleep - 02 October 2014

Are you a person that has a bedtime routine, such as watching TV, browsing the web or just generally going to bed late? Have you ever considered that what you do now might be detrimental to the way you perform the next day, for whatever task you have to complete? Having a good bedtime routine is a great way to make sure you are ready for the next day ahead. If you are more prepared,

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30 of the Best Sarcastic and Passive-Aggressive Office Signs - 14 September 2014

Funny, annoying or cringe-worthy? Working as part of a large office team can cause a bit of tension now and then, but is a passive-aggressive or sarcastic sign really the answer?  Here’s thirty of the best (and most hilarious) office signs that we could find, although in some of these cases, we think they may have gone a bit too far… 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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Let’s Play Office Bingo! - 05 August 2014

Working in an office environment can be quite taxing if you don’t take regular breaks. It is recommended that you take a 5 to 10 minute break every hour to help you recharge in order to keep you focused on the job in hand. Over indulging yourself in your work can make the task seem unclear and clouded if you don’t take the time to simply do something else for a brief period. That’s why

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The Ergonomics of a Chair Explained - 09 July 2014

You may or may not be aware of the serious health implications of prolonged sitting, and why this is a cause for concern for all of us who spend 30+ hours sitting at our work desks every single week. Sitting down causes a number of stresses in our bodies, especially our spines, and this has recently begun to be more recognised by health professionals, and is the main reason for the sudden boom of ergonomic

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How to survive your first day at the office (infographic) - 24 June 2014

We've all been there. That dreaded first day at the office. Of course, everyone gets nervous on their first day at any job, but offices in particular can appear to be extremely ‘grown-up’ and scary (or perhaps that’s just us?). As a newbie, it can be difficult to know what to expect, and although everyone else appreciates that you’re new and might take a while to get into the swing of things, nobody wants to

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