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Happy New Office!

The 2010s were truly a decade that changed the office. Between advanced technology, remote workers, and some amazing furniture that allows any space to be both classic and modern simultaneously, there are numerous ways that employers are making their Georgia Office Furniture work better for their employees.

A more recent piece we loved entering the marketplace this year is Teknion’s Bene Box, which comprises simple building blocks that flexibly shape work environments to support multiple team tasks that encourage lively group dynamics and creativity. It’s the ideal multi-functional modular furnishing system, combining desks, tables, stools, benches, lecterns, platforms, shelving units, storage towers and more.

However, the Teknion Bene Box isn’t all...Here’s everything you need to know about the new office style that’ll keep you growing in 2020.


It’s an employee’s market, and thus companies now have to work harder to draw in talent and retain their best employees. One of the number one ways that companies have begun to do this is with an employee-centered office. If your office isn’t what your employees want, then it isn’t really serving its true purpose. Do your employees prefer cubicles or office desks in open spaces? Would certain types of office chairs or office desks upgrade their workspace and increase productivity? Would installing demountable walls allow your space to transform during different work events? If you haven’t thought about or answered these questions and seen how your space can better serve your employees, there’s no better time than right now.  


Here’s the thing about furniture. No matter how you initially design the office (or how long you spend perfecting it), chances are that it might not work out the very first time that you arrange it. The cubicles might work great for some of your employees while an open workspace is best for others. The demountable walls may take some time to get used to in the space in which you construct them. Rearranging desks, chairs, and conferences tables is often normal in order to create a comfortable work environment. Flexibility is key to building the correct workspace. Having furniture that can support constant change is necessary for companies looking to grow, improve, and get ahead.


You’re no stranger to the term “culture” in the workplace as we head into 2020, but did you know that the setup of your office has much more to do with it than you may have previously believed? Without the proper privacy precautions and ability to prevent interruptions, a healthy company culture can easily compromised. Utilizing the right tools like workstation, cubicles or demountable walls can truly set you up for successful collaboration. While rearranging the office may not fix company culture entirely, the right arrangement certainly won’t hurt company culture, and that’s what you have to keep in mind.

Final thoughts

The upcoming decade is ushering in a lot more knowledge about how you can create a better workplace environment as an employer.Georgia Office Interiors, a division of Orlando office furniture company Interior Contract Services Inc,  is a premium furniture provider in North Georgia that helps you (and more importantly your employees) love your office space. From demountable walls to cubicles, office chairs, office desks, conference tables, and more, they’re the ideal provider to outfit your space and help you support your employees in finding their most productive aspects in an office. GOI is also a furniture dealer. Visit our website or or give us a call today at 678-851-6307 or 407-294-4141to learn more about the products and services we sell.


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