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Heaps Of Office Furniture In Landfills?

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Where else would it go? Organizations and corporations are continually shuffling people, renovating and moving offices. This leads to large amounts of office furniture being discarded, along with equipment and supplies.

Unless an office manager, facilities manager or the like, arranges for a company like Office Furniture Outlet to acquire the furniture for refurbishing and resale, large bulky office furniture is being carted off to the dump and creating tons upon tons of trash, annually.

At Office Furniture Outlet, we reduce the carbon footprint by recycling, reusing, refurbishing and reselling thousands of pieces of furniture.

What does this do?

  • Reduces garbage in landfills
  • Provides beautiful, functional used office furniture at greatly reduced prices
  • Employs refurbishing specialists
  • Supports the economy
  • Helps the company that’s moving or renovating by taking the furniture off their hands

Moving offices or renovating and need to get rid of your old office furniture? Call Larry Iverson at Office Furniture Outlet to discuss how we can collaborate and create a win-win for everyone!

757-855-2800

7 Reasons Why Great Office Furniture Increases Productivity

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Specifically referring to the work place, every piece of furniture is going to play an important part in boosting your productivity, as well as potential. With the inclusion of great furniture, you’ll have the ability to take your productivity to an entirely new level. It’s the reason why nearly all office spaces in the world are providing a makeover to their boring and old furniture by including stylish, as well as new furniture within their offices. READ FULL ARTICLE

 

Do you prefer personal workspace?

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In the Business section of Sunday’s Virginian Pilot, there was an article entitled, “For many, personal work space a vanishing feature at work.”

A current trend in the corporate world is doing away with offices and replacing them with open workspaces and movable furniture. Though cost-effective for the business, the majority of employees feel that the office is their home away from home and prefer their own personal space.

Some businesses are even going so far as to require employees to reserve desk space, while others are not allowing any personal items or non-office-branded items to be used.

If personal workspace and being allowed to display personal items is important to you, make sure your next job search includes questions about the company’s practices when it comes to offices, cubicles, desk arrangements, etc.