Businesses use laboratories in a multitude of ways these days. And, with tight budgets, limited square footage, changing business dynamics and safety considerations involved, businesses sometimes struggle when it comes to purchasing lab furniture.Read More
According to a Knoll Research Paper, Booming Biotech: Characteristics and Priorities of the Modern Biotech Workplace, the biotechnology industry has experienced accelerated growth in recent years because of “large pharmaceutical companies looking for their next blockbuster drug coupled with an aging population facing a long list of chronic diseases.”Read More
As the American workplace, has shifted from farm and factory work to less physically demanding careers where Americans spend most their days sitting, major health risks have emerged.Read More
Many people think about industrial furniture as being just big, heavy-duty and made to be functional, but the truth is that industrial furniture design has continued to evolve and advance to be both rugged and innovative.Read More
Standards affect all of us, every day of our lives. In fact, whenever you use a product or service, there’s a good chance there’s a standard that is attached to its manufacture and/or delivery.Read More
Modular workstations are commonly used in today's office and industrial work environments. They provide flexibility and adjustability that can't be beat.
But one of the areas that businesses are forget to look at when they are setting up their workstations is reach zones. So let's take a look at what they are, why they are important and how you can incorporate accessories to make the best use of them.Read More
When you think about workplace safety, you probably think about wearing a hard hat, putting on safety glasses or even steel-toed shoes. But workplace safety involves more than just wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).
Staying safe at work can also encompass things like maintaining correct posture, using proper hand and wrist movements at a computer, and even monitoring computer screen time to prevent eye strain.Read More
Most of us put a lot of thought into the purchases we make, from our food, to our clothes, to our cars. We asks ourselves whether or not our food is sustainably sourced or what chemicals are in our toothpaste or deodorant. We want to purchase goods that are made responsibly and are safe for ourselves and our families.Read More
With the passage of the $1.3 spending package in March of this year, research spending saw the largest increase in more than a decade. But not everyone will be on the receiving end of that money.Read More
It’s a buyer’s market. Not only when it comes to real estate, but also when it comes to employment. Right now there are not enough homes on the market for interested homebuyers to purchase and the same thing could be said for employees – there are more job openings to fill than ever before and less talent to choose from.Read More