So, we continue the topic of formatting office space.
What areas the office consists of today? Artists and experts on the selection of furniture for the office are together by office sectors such as working spaces themselves, entrance areas, advisory rooms, leadership rooms and office premises.
Much attention is devoted not only to the working area, but also to the premises with a specific representative burden – receptions, offices of managers and managers, advisory rooms. Briefly consider the specifics of each zone.
The working area of the office
The rapid life and feature of business can create situations where not all employees of the company are at the workplace at the workplace at the workplace. In the service sector, for example, the number of employees who work at once outside the company can be 40 percent of the total number. Of course, the organization of the office, based on the counting of the total number of employees, is not always effective and can lead to irrational use of the area.
To solve this problem, they often come to such a layout of space, when one workplace can be operated by different employees, and so that there are no unexpected “intersections”, a separate, spare zone equipped with all the necessary. It has the opportunity to use it every employee who has such a need. At the same time, modern communication equipment makes it possible to save his telephone number for each employee, and the necessary documentation is located in special mobile boxes located in a specially selected place. The entrance area.
When designing and creating the entrance area (reception area), one should immediately decide – what personal and general features of the enterprise must be emphasized and conveyed to those who will visit this zone. In this zone, usually there is a waiting area, a locker room for guests, information stands or racks.
Room for negotiations
Studies show that the role of negotiations in today’s business is steadily increasing and the area of zones for negotiations can be up to 30-35 percent of the entire office area.
In addition to negotiations as such, these premises are used to organize various meetings, trainings and seminars, to organize optional training of employees.
Therefore, it is recommended to equip these rooms so that there is an accessible to posting for presentations.
It has been noticed for a very long time that the style of the cabinets of managers is inexorably changing. The closeness and “vivacity” of the chef, designed to show his special status, slowly goes into oblivion. Now the boss is the commander of a large coordinated group of professionals, united by a single goal and often the situation requires a much closer and more frequent contact of the boss with employees.
A new trend receives its expression in increasingly affordability of the cabinets of managers, which, of course, is reflected both in the layout and in the decoration, and in the arrangement of the room.