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Differences Between Nylon, Aluminum & Chrome Office Chair Base

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Differences Between Nylon, Aluminum & Chrome Office Chair Base

Office chair legs are different in 3 common forms, mainly the ones you see in the market are Nylon legs, Aluminum Legs and Chrome Legs. Let us guide you on the difference between each of these legs and see which legs are suitable for your liking before purchasing from us at Supreme Office Furniture System Sdn Bhd. There are three main types of office chair bases: nylon, aluminum and chrome. You may wonder: What are the differences between them? How to choose? What are their advantages and disadvantages?  In the following content, we are going to talk about these issues one by one. First of all, let’s get a preliminary...

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How Co-Working Will Stand the Test of the New Normal

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How Co-Working Will Stand the Test of the New Normal

Coworking post-COVID-19 will be different from what we've seen till now, and that's beyond any doubt. Co-working spaces which were built on the idea of community and bringing people from different walks of life to an open office, now face threat from the very idea they thrive on. Uncertainty in the flexible office market leaves many players wondering how they can continue to compete in the global marketplace. In January 2020, we predicted 10 trends for the Coworking industry and while we have new rules of work now, many of the trends still hold true.   The Evolution of Coworking...

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Open Office Design of Today Focuses on Choice and Collaboration

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Open Office Design of Today Focuses on Choice and Collaboration

The open office design is a much-talked-about concept, both within the workplace and this publication. Its merits and flaws have likely, at one point or another, been a point of discussion among anyone who works in, creates, designs or manages space in an open office. The challenges that open office was looking to create and solve, collaboration and transparency for all, isn’t working. Harvard researchers discussed in research published in 2018 that face-to-face interaction decreased almost 70% in open office environments. The open office concept that’s been common for the past decade—marked by open benching workstations and less space per person—has gotten...

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Inspiring Offices: Designing to Attract and Retain Talent

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Inspiring Offices: Designing to Attract and Retain Talent

First impressions matter! When candidates walk into an office, they immediately observe the appearance of your building and start developing their impressions of your company. Prospective employees will be more excited about joining your company if you have an attractive workspace. To attract the top talent, the financial package and company culture remain key drivers in the job market but must be articulated in the physical space as well. Millennials and Gen Z employees form a large part of the workforce today, and these employees look beyond just the salary when they make their decision about whether or not to...

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Establishing Your Home Workspace

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Establishing Your Home Workspace

This is an excerpt from Entrepreneur Magazine's Ultimate Homebased Business Handbook by James Stephenson and Rich Mintzer available from Entrepreneur Press . Every business that is operated or managed from home will require some sort of workspace, but not all will require an office in the traditional sense. If you operate a freelance photography business, for example, your main workspace in the home may be your darkroom. If you operate an automotive paint shop, then chances are your workspace will be the garage or a freestanding shop out back. If you operate a dental practice from home, then your workspace will probably...

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