An average American spends about six and half hours a day sitting in front of a computer at their workplace. If you’re moving your business and want your new office to become a relaxing, enjoyable place to work instead of an intimidating den of stress, follow these tips.
Remove Junk from Your Workspace
Your office should be an efficient workspace where you can be productive and operate at your optimum. However, if there’s clutter all over the place, it’ll only make finding things difficult. It’ll also make your workplace look messy and disorganized. Use the following tips to declutter:
- Get rid of clutter in drawers. Take everything out of your drawers and go through each item carefully. If you can’t find a use for something, toss it in the trash can!
- Designate a place where you’ll be storing and reading things like magazines, papers and books. Don’t just throw them on top of your desk. Have a separate reading corner with a coffee table.
Upgrade Your Furniture
Get new furniture that makes you feel good about working. If your furniture is old or outdated, consider upgrading to a new office chair and computer desk if you spend long hours sitting at your workspace.
Organize Your Office
In addition to decluttering your office, create a functional and efficient workspace where you can concentrate during the workday. That means arranging your desk, arranging your space so you have enough room to move around without bumping into things, and keeping it neat and tidy so everything is in its place with easy access.
Buy a Good Chair for Your Workstation
Most Americans spend about 85 percent of their time sitting in a chair while doing work at home or at the office. You need to spend a little time and money to make this investment worthwhile. You don’t want to buy an expensive office chair that hurts after prolonged use. Instead, look for a chair that’s designed to provide optimum lumbar support, backrest, and good padding.
Buy a Comfortable Desk for Your Office
When you’re working, it’s important to have space around you so you can comfortably rest while reading or writing if needed. The key is to find a desk where you can work, review documents, and keep your office essentials within your hand’s reach.
Organize Your Files
Moving to a new office means dealing with tons of paperwork. While some people like the challenge of keeping up with everything, others get bogged down in paperwork and are unable to get much work done. Take some time to organize all your files so you can eliminate all the unnecessary clutter and focus on getting things done during work hours instead of spending time trying to find important documents.
If you’re moving to a new office, then Valley Relocation is here for you. Our MAC (Moves, Adds, and Changes) services are perfect for making the necessary changes in your new office. We help your business move, make additions as per your needs, and perform facility changes including replacing your furniture and equipment in your new business place.
We also offer commercial warehousing, commercial moving services, tenant close out maintenance, and much more. Contact us to learn more about their services.