Top 20 Questions For COVID-19 Office Readiness

Welcome & Introduction Welcome and thank you for stopping by our website. We know how important it is for you and your work family to reunite but even more important, reuniting safely. Office Interiors is committed to ensuring this can and will happen. We have consulted with our manufacturers in providing the safest and most affordable office furniture products and accessories now available. How are you going to ready your office? Questions about Office Readiness I’m sure you have many questions right now. We’ve considered all of the experts. There are three areas of concern: Creating a clean and safe environment Space changes needed Eligibility and security of occupants We have provided a list of the most frequently asked questions we have asked ourselves. We want you to know we are here for you. Things are going to change and employees are going to be anxious. If we all work…

Stop the spread of Coronavirus

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, there are still important ways that you can help stop the spread of COVID-19. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed, which means to stay home as much as possible. If you must go out, be sure to practice social distancing, leaving 6 feet between you and any person you come in contact with. Other ways to help prevent the spread of this illness include: Wash your hands often with soap and water, Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, Use a face-covering or mask when you go out, Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, Call your doctor if you think you’re experiencing symptoms. Visit Coronavirus.gov for more information, including a list of possible symptoms, testing, what to do if you’re sick, and other frequently asked questions.

Top 4 Office Ergonomic Solutions

What can I do to improve ergonomics in the office to avoid discomfort? With how much time our lives are spent working, anyone will start to wonder how their office habits affect their health. Especially for those of us that spend most of our time working at a desk, staring at the computer screen. In 2015 (the last year for which this data is available), the average employee put in 38.7 hours a week and worked 46.8 weeks that year, according to a Pew analysis of Labor Department data. All told, this means that the average employed U.S. adult works 1,811.16 hours per year. Let’s look at a 4 tips on making sure this time is well spent, without the pain or fatigue interfering with our health. 1) It all starts with your Office Chair If you’re wondering how you can apply a small change that makes a big difference…

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