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Does Your Office Chair Have It All?

By Susan Q, published on Feb 6, 2014

Office Image and First Impressions

There is nothing more influential and telling in your office than the furniture you choose to furnish the space. Let’s face it, before any client or would-be-client makes up their mind about working with you, they will draw their first conclusion about your business from your surroundings and as such, image is everything. Now, it is true that furniture needs to be functional but this should not be the only thing. Aesthetic appeal is paramount and as an office owner, you must combine these two aspects in a way that works well enough to impress each... (more)

Tags: office, chair

My Signature

By Rahul, published on Oct 1, 2013

It is only been few weeks since I got into a job after a tiresome year of wait and trial. It was a nervous time for me, a first timer in the spot light of expectations; I kept trying hard to prove my worth and worked harder to impress everyone. It was very difficult at first, it often felt that I am abducted into an alien world with no clue what so ever about my new surroundings and asked to survive by my own. Minutes seemed like hours and the technical journals on my desk seem insufficient to pass time any further. It was then, at those highly productive working hours that all of sudden he... (more)

Tags: writer, personal, work, office, fans, signature

The Weirdest Places to Work...Ever

By Allison Way, published on Feb 11, 2011

In an age where business is driven by social media, entrepreneurs can work anywhere. And we mean anywhere.

From the home office to the business incubator, from the local coffee shop to a park bench; you can find entrepreneurs working anywhere and everywhere. But would you believe us if we told you that, yes indeed, these entrepreneurs are being productive?

A change in an entrepreneur’s working environment can actually amp up productivity—new surroundings steer clear from the notion of the “same old, boring workday.”

But entrepreneurs aren’t just working in local Starbucks... (more)

Tags: entrepreneur, office, startup company, workspace, places to work

3 Xmas Party Xploits

By Glenn T, published on Dec 10, 2010

There is perhaps no single event more threatening to one’s continued employment than the office Christmas party. This seemingly benign or even joyful event, which ostensibly brings co-workers together to celebrate the holiday season, absent from the pressures of the workplace, couldn’t be further from its intended device. Whereas the idea is to remove the hierarchies, formalities and otherwise awkward deference of working relationships in furtherance of a fraternal atmosphere, it ends up being an exercise in pretending to do the same, while being exceptionally careful to not... (more)

Tags: humor, christmas, satire, office, party

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