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  • Buyer's Guide: What Type of Office Chair is Best for You?
    large range of audiences Leather Office Chairs Leather office chairs instantly exude a sense of style and comfort from the get go While comfy not all leather office chairs will be built to be used over long periods of time Typically leather office chairs can be quite expensive but cheaper leather products do exist Ideally leather chairs should be used in cooler environments Sat within hot environments leather can become sticky and make the user sweatier than normal If you re out to make a statement and sit within a cool environment a leather office chair may be the way to go for you Mesh Office Chairs Mesh office chairs tend to be a fantastic answer to offices situated in hot climates or generally hot offices With their breathable holes the mesh material allows for free flowing air to keep you cool during the day Mesh chairs tend to be quite lightweight So if you require moving your chair around multiple times a day a mesh chair can help with this situation Task Operator Chairs Task office chairs are considered to be the most basic type of office chair With that tag they also tend to be the cheapest They do the simple job of providing a seat and added benefits such as adjustable lumbar support and headrests will more often than not elude the design stage If you re not looking for your chair to meet the requirements of a specific job other than a place to park yourself for an hour or two then a task chair could be your best bet However if you are one to sit down for extended periods of during the day something more robust might be necessary Kneeling Chairs As you might know sitting down all day isn t the healthiest thing for us to do Our bodies just aren t designed to sit for extended periods day in day out Unfortunately for a lot of modern day workers it s nearly impossible to get away from this For those that are concerned about back pain or if you already have back pain a kneeling chair could be a solution that could relieve the stress you place on your body A kneeling chair helps you re think your posture and even encourage you to sit healthily A kneeling chair s main purpose is to reduce the stress on our lower back by dividing our weight between our knees and buttocks Heavy Duty Office Chairs Heavy duty office chairs are undoubtedly the largest and most robust type of chair on the market They serve a specific purpose of catering to those larger users who need it most With their larger than average seat and backrest this should be the go to type of chair if you re after that much bulkier chair They ve also been specifically tested to hold heavier weights with tougher materials and stronger gas struts so no need to worry about the mechanisms buckling under pressure Although it s

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  • The Best Perks of the Job (Infographic)
    have noted that a high satisfaction rate related to employee benefits can go a long way to increasing loyalty and happiness within the work force While large companies have the financial backing to provide lucrative benefits that help retention rates small companies should still take note and learn from their larger counterparts Here s what companies from a range of industries are offering their employees Use This Infographic On Your Website Just copy and paste the code below into your site to add this infographic to your website a href http www chairoffice co uk blog 105 the best perks of the job infographic aspx img src http www chairoffice co uk images infographics co perks png alt Best Perks of the Job a Comments Only registered users can leave comments Comment text Tweet Blog Archive 2016 January 1 2015 October 1 September 1 August 1 June 1 May 1 April 1 March 1 February 1 January 1 2014 November 1 October 1 September 1 August 1 July 1 June 2 May 1 April 2 March 2 February 2 January 2 2013 December 1 November 3 October 5 September 3 January 2 2012 December 1 November 1 October 2 September 2 August 1 July 2 June 2 May 1 April 1 March 1 January 2 2011 December 3 November 1 October 1 September 2 August 2 July 2 June 2 May 3 April 4 February 2 January 3 2010 December 1 November 2 October 2 September 8 Recently viewed products As with other online stores this site uses Cookies Please see our Privacy Policy for more details 0 url escape document location href Chat367233609785093432 toolbar 0 scrollbars 1 location 0 statusbar 0 menubar 0 resizable 1 width 640 height 480 return false Chair Office Bedford i Lab Priory Busines Park

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  • Win the Revo! Free Office Chair Competition
    your information with third parties and you can opt out at any time by unsubscribing from emails or emailing us directly Entries must be submitted by 11 59pm GMT 30th August 2015 Any entries after this date will not be counted Please read the following competition rules carefully If you enter the Revo Office Chair competition we will assume that you have read these rules and that you agree to them To enter the competition you must be A UK resident 18 years old or over at the time of entry All entries must be submitted by 11 59pm GMT 30th August 2015 Any entries after this date will not be counted Delivery will only be made to UK mainland addresses only Only one entry per person The winner will be selected at random on 1st September 2015 If you win the competition we will notify you via e mail If we cannot contract you or you do not respond within one week we reserve the right to offer the prize to another randomly selected competition entrant Delivery of the Revo chair will be unassembled The prize may NOT be swapped for cash equivalent or another product Failure to comply with these rules will result in disqualification from the competition Tweet Blog Archive 2016 January 1 2015 October 1 September 1 August 1 June 1 May 1 April 1 March 1 February 1 January 1 2014 November 1 October 1 September 1 August 1 July 1 June 2 May 1 April 2 March 2 February 2 January 2 2013 December 1 November 3 October 5 September 3 January 2 2012 December 1 November 1 October 2 September 2 August 1 July 2 June 2 May 1 April 1 March 1 January 2 2011 December 3 November 1 October 1 September

    Original URL path: http://www.chairoffice.co.uk/blog/104/win-the-revo-free-office-chair-competition.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • I Used a Kneeling Chair for a Week & Here's What Happened
    well apart from a few odd looks from my co workers I felt perfectly comfortable and supported and felt no immediate difference comfort wise from my normal office chair However mid way into the first day I did find myself struggling slightly with the adjustment The kneeling chair naturally forces you to sit up and after a while I found myself missing the back of my chair which I usually rely on to hold me up when the morning coffee starts wearing off In fact the kneeling chair really opened my eyes as to how poor my relaxed posture really is Towards the end of the first day I was acutely aware of muscles that I normally never think about abs thighs lower back Another quick search in Google gave me an answer as to why Traditional chairs provide your back with complete support which means your core muscles really aren t doing a whole lot of work This is one of the main causes of poor posture After a while your back starts hunching over your keyboard The lack of back support on a kneeling chair forces your core muscles to get to work and keeps them engaged throughout the day After consistent use you will notice great improvement in your core strength and improved muscle tone Apparently my previous chair didn t require my body to do actively hold itself up and that fact that I could feel a twinge in my muscles proved that they had been active throughout that day As the week progressed I adjusted to the kneeling chair and found it to be a comfortable and engaging office solution The position the kneeling chair made me sit in actually made me feel much more engaged with my work I felt awake and more focused than I normally do don t tell my boss Any initial discomfort was caused simply by the initial swap and as I grew more accustomed to the kneeling chair I felt much more comfortable I did sometimes catch myself enviously glancing at my colleagues in their high backed chairs but realised that they were all slouching or hunched over their desks and I wasn t The verdict I m a fan I actually still continue to use the kneeling chair although I admit I tend to swap back to my old chair some afternoons What can I say Sometimes I WANT to slouch If you re thinking of trying an alternative seating solution I would recommend trying a kneeling chair Here are some of the reasons why it might be the perfect option for you The Benefits of Kneeling Chairs Back Pain Relief The kneeling chair reduces lower back pain by distributing the body s weight more evenly Improve Your Posture Even ergonomic office chairs make it difficult and laborious to maintain a neutral and healthy spine position Core Muscle Development Traditional chairs provide your back with complete support which meansyour core muscles really aren t doing a whole lot

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  • Office Design Wars - Which Style Is Truly The Best?
    the most desirable elements of an office space are natural light live indoor plants quiet working areas view of the sea and bright colours While nearly all of these elements are easily remedied it s the general office design that has the most effect on employees From the confined office cubicles of old to the telecommuting work of the modern era the infographic below explores the pros and cons of 4 of the most popular working environments Use This Infographic On Your Website Just copy and paste the code below into your site to add this infographic to your website a href http www chairoffice co uk blog 102 office design wars which style is truly the best aspx img src http www chairoffice co uk images infographics OfficeDesignWars jpg alt Office Design Wars a What office design style do you prefer to work in Have you ever left a job because the environment wasn t ideal for you Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter Tweet Blog Archive 2016 January 1 2015 October 1 September 1 August 1 June 1 May 1 April 1 March 1 February 1 January 1 2014 November 1 October 1 September 1 August 1 July 1 June 2 May 1 April 2 March 2 February 2 January 2 2013 December 1 November 3 October 5 September 3 January 2 2012 December 1 November 1 October 2 September 2 August 1 July 2 June 2 May 1 April 1 March 1 January 2 2011 December 3 November 1 October 1 September 2 August 2 July 2 June 2 May 3 April 4 February 2 January 3 2010 December 1 November 2 October 2 September 8 Recently viewed products As with other online stores this site uses Cookies Please see our Privacy Policy

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  • 15 Ways To Uniquely Decorate Your Office Desk
    to quirky sticky notes these items are normally bright and inviting which is sure to put a smile on your face Favourite Books Image via iunza com Working in an office often leads us to staring at a computer screen for hours on end Sometimes it s best to just take a break and what better way than to read a few pages of our favourite books Snack Happy Image via food52 com Snacks are a great pick me up during a busy day Having them ready at hand on your desk can help lift our mood can bring a nice look to the desk Just be careful not to indulge too much in the more sugary snacks Coloured Keyboard and Mouse Mats Image via parafernaliablog com More often than not keyboard and mouse mats tend to be dull boring and plain Opt to buy a bespokely made mat to brighten up your work station Add images from your favourite TV shows movies and musicians to help ramp up that personal feel Lost In The Background Image via chrswnd com Many of us forget about our computer background and screensaver and just leave it on the default setting Search the internet for 1000 s of free to use wallpapers to add that personal touch I Love Lamp Image via pinterest com Depending on the lighting within your office you may need your own personal lamp A lamp can add a huge amount to the atmosphere of your workspace But instead of opting for the more traditional business looking lamps why not go for something more homely Humourous Bookends Image via pinterest com Those favourite books of yours need to rest against something so why not add a bit of humour Fantastic Family Photos Image via pinterest com When we re feeling down or stressed having a picture of someone who means most to us can help take the edge off Whether this be a picture of your kids partner or pet just be tasteful in the pictures you decide to choose Personalise That Coffee Mug Image via pinterest com Coffee coffee coffee Copious amounts of coffee are consumed throughout offices up and down the country Inject a bit of personality into your morning routine with a personalised mug Funk Up Your Stationery Organisation Image via etsy com With all this new stationery we re going to have to have somewhere to store it all Having a fun and unique stationery organiser certainly beats having a boring and bland one Perfect Pillow Image via pinterest com Sitting all day can take its toll Invest in comfy chair pillow Not only will it look nice but it will also keep your tushy comfy throughout the day Mirror Mirror On The Wall Image via vanitycurve com Office workspaces are notoriously small and unwelcoming While adding all what s been said will help create a more vibrant and personalised environment your workspace may still feel small Adding a mirror can create the illusion of

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  • Which is Better? Working at the Office or Working from Home?
    You can t escape office politics at the office and sometimes the fight for power can be overwhelming Lack of personal space Personal space is another important factor for job satisfaction and some offices particularly open plan offices can make employees feel uncomfortable Bad for your health Sitting down all day at your desk can seriously harm your health If you work from home you re more likely to get up and move and have more flexibility to schedule short 5 minute breaks and or stretches to help combat the symptoms of prolonged sitting Working from Home In an article published on Wired Naveen Narayanan explains that the notion of work has changed Going to work is now less about being at a particular location getting face time chatting up with co workers and being in the office In arguably every industry it is more about getting things done servicing clients completing projects managing co workers etc regardless of where you are According to Wrike 1 in 4 of us would accept a reduction in salary if it meant we could work from home And it s easy to see why Advantages of working from home No commute The average monthly commuting cost for a UK worker is 161 and is 47 minutes long This amounts to a large amount of money time spent a year just on travelling to and from your place of work Working from home eliminates this waste and allows you to better control your time and money No uniform Every day can be a pyjama day if you want it to be There s zero pressure to dress up in formal clothes and you can wear whatever makes you comfortable Control of your working environment No more arguing over the thermostat or being cramped on a tiny desk At home you control the temperature the lay out and which radio station to listen to if any What s more you can decide whether or not you want to start at 8am 9am or even 10am This is especially helpful for parents who work from home Just make you sure you complete the full amount of hours expected by your employer Fewer interruptions in theory The majority of those who work from home will experience less interruptions as co workers can only communicate with you via email or phone Disadvantages of working from home Increased costs Despite the savings on commuting costs working from home can have its own costs that would normally be covered by your employer You may see an increase in your utility bills from extra use of heating or air conditioning You may also need to purchase equipment that you would normally use in your office such as printers scanners or other equipment Lack of focus and or motivation Working from home requires you to be disciplined and self motivated However tempting it may be to stay in bed or catch up on TV you must be able to get keep yourself

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  • Office Etiquette - What Not to do in the Workplace
    Whatever way works just keep on top of your meetings 3 Eating smelly food at your desk While you should always have the freedom of eating anything you would like at work eating something that is so pungent can be very distracting to your nearby co workers Even worse if clients have come into the office and you re there munching some microwaved fish If you do really want to eat up that left over food from the night before use your designated lunch area instead Your co workers clients and boss will be thankful for it If you end up really stuck for lunch ideas here are 10 healthy recipes for any day of the week 4 Not cleaning up after yourself in the kitchen Some foods can be terribly messy Especially when you use the microwave to heat up your soup and end up cooking it for too long where it explodes Simply take the time to clean up after yourself Leaving a filthy microwave unclean plates and cutlery in the sink will never win you any friends 5 Not attending work outings We all have busy lives outside work some more so than others but it s important to take the time to attend work outings The best work environments are when everyone feels comfortable with one another and a work outing can certainly go a long way to help achieve this 6 Being the office chatterbox There s a time and a place to have a good old chin wag It helps maintain friendly office relationships and keeps us from feeling burnout from work But knowing when you ve been chatting too much is important Best thing to do is just be self aware of how much you chat during the day Deadlines need to be met and chatting about what you had for dinner last night won t help 7 Leaving passive aggressive notes Passive aggressive notes can be funny witty and even enjoyable to read but not when they are directed at you They can build up a dangerous level of animosity between co workers where in truth simply telling the person instead of hiding behind a note can work wonders 8 Being generally loud Whether you re on the phone having lunch or chatting to a co worker about last night s football game try to be conscious of how loud your being It can be very distracting for co workers while you laugh uncontrollably on the table next to them 9 Sending unnecessary emails When it comes to internal emails people can be very lazy Sometimes it s much easier just to get out of your chair and go speak to the person for a minute or two rather than exchanging four or five emails over the course of half an hour Also hitting that big Reply All button when only one person in the conversation needs to read what you have to say is a big no no 10 Taking food

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