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Relocation of Business

When your growing business has to change locations, you often face a period of chaos, disruption and loss of productivity here are 11 effective ways to minimize the impact to your business and its profitability. Be proactive
Many businesses wait too long to move. If employees are tripping over each other and can’t find a quiet meeting place, you’ve waited too long. At that point, it will be hard to manage problem-free change and transition to a new space. Don’t wait until employees are working in hallways and inventory is piled up in offices.
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Handling Your Office Reconfiguration

Office Reconfiguration denotes change.  There are many reasons to change your office design/layout but one this is true, change is constant.  Your office and staff may not be the same they were when you opened or even 6 months ago before you got that big contract.  Perhaps you found it difficult for collaboration with your current layout and have decided that change is in order.  
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Office organization ideas

If you’re looking to increase your productivity, you might think about investing in a time management course or to delegate more tasks. But while these are sound strategies, you may be better off starting right under your nose by reorganizing your desk and office space.
That’s because your work environment can majorly impact your productivity. In fact, research suggests that workplace clutter can make it harder to focus, impair learning and memory, disrupt mental processing, and cause irritability that may provoke time-consuming tensions with coworkers. In short: For most people, clutter is a major drain on productivity and overall work performance.
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Office Furniture Selection

Quality Office Furniture Is a Long Term Investment
Does office furniture do more than simply provide a work space? It should. Studies show that quality office furniture helps improve employees’ attitude towards their work and, consequently, improves their productivity.
According to Thomas Wright, Leadership Chair in Business Administration at Kansas State University, “In a sample of management personnel with average salaries in the $65,000 range, being psychologically distressed could cost the organization roughly $75 a week per person in lost productivity.”
Office furniture selection really does matter.
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