Office Depot deliver bespoke consultancy, planning, design and installation services.
Using world-class order management systems and working with the best manufacturers, we offer an extensive range of quality products and equipment to help improve employee and customer satisfaction and increase production efficiency with future-proofed workplace solutions for your business.
So, whether you need modern solutions for the office or an innovative design, we can make it happen.
The Senator Group
An introduction to our key office furniture partner
The workplace is constantly changing. So, whether you need modern solutions for the traditional office, home office or an innovative design, we can make it happen.
Our space planning process seeks to connect people by combining furniture with technology, acoustics, lighting and temperature control. We also have options to help to make your workplace COVID-secure which you can find in our Back to Work catalogue.
Ideas generated in consultation are brought to life through the planning and design phases. With detailed floor plans and 3D CAD modelling, we balance aesthetics, ergonomics, economics and environmental impacts.
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The impact of Covid 19 has challenged the conventions of the office building and it has more important than ever to create the right workplace environment to help attract the best people, increase employee and customer satisfaction, and improve staff retention rates.
We design bespoke, innovative workplace solutions that optimise both space and budget, to deliver ongoing benefits to your business. We can even provide creative and branding services.
We also have short and long term options to help to make your workplace COVID-secure with protective screen range
We start by listening to you, to understand your specific workspace needs and constraints, and to ensure we make the most of your available space and budget.
We provide a complete solution for refurbishments and relocations. Starting with an audit, we also provide planning and design services, installations and even the removal of old furniture.
We’ll work with you to deliver any, or all of the above.
Our specialist installation team provide a full project management service to ensure furniture deliveries are coordinated efficiently.
Using our integrated logistics network, installation can be managed in safe and chronological order, to minimise disruption.
We'll communicate delivery dates and log site access details to aid parking, unloading and product assembly arrangements.
For major or complex projects, we can also implement site supervision and work with you for joint approval of works.
Working from the couch or even in bed? Instead of the lap or the far too low coffee table, the workstation should ideally be set up in a study or at least in a work area with its own desk.
The physical separation of work and private space helps to focus during working hours and to let go after work. The latter is a common problem in the home office.
The optimal sitting position allows a relaxed view of the screen from above at a distance of 50 to 70 cm. The head should be slightly lowered when looking at the monitor to prevent tension in the neck area.
An office chair with adjustable backrest and armrests best ensures an ergonomic sitting position. Changing the position regularly relieves and prevents tensions in the back. There is an easy rule: The next sitting position is always the best.
Convertibles and laptops are very useful - but by no means optimal for permanent work. The constant viewing of these often too small and low-contrast screens results in dry eyes that are more susceptible to infection as well as headaches and discomfort.
Instead, it's worth investing in a screen with a diagonal of at least 22 inches. This is not only more comfortable for the sitting position because of its height, but also spares the eyes with generally higher contrast and less blue light. The website Digital Trends offers an overview of the best work from home tech.
When positioning the screen, it is recommended to set it up beside a window. A frontal view into the sunlight or reflecting daylight from the screen should be avoided, as both put more strain on the eyes.
Also recommended for dry eyes:
In the office, getting coffee, talking to colleagues or heading to the canteen provide short breaks and therefore some relief for eyes and head. In the home office, on the other hand, many people spend their lunch break in front of the computer - or do not take any break at all. Efficient work, however, includes efficient regeneration.
Tips for breaks and relaxation in the home office:
Too little physical activity in combination with sitting for too long damages the blood circulation and the oxygen supply of the body. The intervertebral discs are put under above-average strain and muscles recede if not used.
All the more important is sufficient movement to balance. In rural areas a daily run or even a walk in the fresh air helps. In regions with that are completely shut down, your own home or garden turn into your gym for exercises.
During working hours, even small exercises at the desk can help, from stretching to circles of the head, hand, arm and shoulder and to relaxing back rotations.
The time you spare due to the non-existent way to work is a perfect occasion for your fitness routines. Thus, a yoga session ensures a healthy start to the day. Classic deadweight exercises, such as push-ups or knee bends but also sit-ups, planking or jumping jacks are perfect for taking a break. After work they are the perfect counterbalance to constant sitting.
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