Creating a Productive Office Environment

Filed Under (Removals) by Admin on 28-10-2016

Over the decades offices across the UK have seen an abundance of different designs – with many styles proclaiming to increase productivity levels. With designers continuing to argue between themselves, with some believing that privacy is key, whilst others boasting that openness is vital, it is no surprise that many office owners and managers are unsure how to redesign their spaces to achieve maximum results.

Of course, space has to be utilised appropriately for each individual business – for example the slides that can be found in Google’s offices may not be suitable for law firms and such, however there are a number of key considerations which can improve productivity within offices in all industries. These include the following:

Sound Control

Ensuring appropriate sound levels are present within an office is incredibly important. This will vary depending on each office’s conditions for examples noises that have to be considered include those from traffic, employees, other business, mobile phones etc. Loud and repetitive noises have been proven to cause headaches, increase blood pressure, increase irritability and more.

First of all you should look to block out any noises coming from outside of your office – this can be achieved in numerous ways including by using double glazed windows and acoustic tiles. Next you need to consider the noise inside your office – putting up dividers between employees workstations can work greatly. Having office plants can also absorb some of the noise and allow for a quieter, more productive environment.

Good Lighting

 

removal services in LondonSimilarly to sound, bad lighting choices have been known to cause bad side effects including – raised blood pressure, fatigue, headaches and irritability. Natural light is by far the greatest source of light therefore if possible; a number of windows to let this light in are advised. Although, if you do have a lot of windows, you should have blinds in place for the days that are too bright – as this can be detrimental also. “Daylight” light bulbs are also a great option for offices as they can be very pleasing on the eye so if you don’t have the optimum numbers of windows these could provide a fabulous alternative.

Task-Specific Workstations

Having specific, dedicated work stations for different tasks can work incredibly well, as people will have to get up more throughout the day to move from desk to desk. It has been proven that taking regular breaks to stretch and walk around improves productivity and work levels.

Do you need to relocate?

 

If you believe that your employees are not currently reaching their maximum productivity levels and think that this is because your office space is unsuitable, it could be time to move. If you are thinking about moving offices, there are plenty of removal services in London available to allow you to move quickly, efficiently and easily without affecting your business operations.

What You Should Know About Safe Deposit Boxes

Filed Under (Security) by Admin on 09-10-2016

When considering renting a safe deposit box, many people are slightly clueless and don’t know much about them, as a result of this they often decide not to. To make it easier for all we have therefore compiled this list of things that we believe everyone should now about safety deposit boxes, to enable people to make informed, wise decisions:

safe deposit box

  • Safe deposit boxes are incredibly affordable when compared to other storage solutions, with many companies offering them for very small monthly fees with no hidden costs.
  • If you choose to store important documents inside a safe deposit box, such as wills, you are definitely very clever. However, make sure that this isn’t the only place that you store these and if possible allow someone that you’re close to, to have a copy also.
  • No one can guarantee that safety deposit boxes aren’t going to be affected by flooding. Yes floods are rare and extremely unlikely to occur at some safety deposit centres but it is always best to be cautious. If storing documents or paper work you should consider first of all placing them in a zip lock back or Tupperware box.
  • If possible also try to get a box which isn’t close to the ground, this again will reduce that chance of your items getting damaged should a flood take place.
  • Unless you choose to get a safety deposit box in a centre which is open 24/7, be sure not to put your passport or anything else that you could need to quickly access in an emergency inside your box.
  • Consider giving someone that is close to you and trustworthy access to your box also in case something happens to you that stops you from being able to access it. This person will have to sign should they enter it so you will always know exactly when they have been.
  • If you get a safe deposit box check what insurance cover you have got.
  • Make sure that you keep an inventory/list of the things inside your box, if possible containing any receipts, photographs – these will be needed should you ever have to make a claim.
  • Keep on top on monthly payments at all times otherwise boxes could be seized!

 

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