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Health and Well-being Special: The comfort zone

The generic dictionary definition of ergonomics is “the scientific study of people and their working conditions”. Ergonomic design within the office specifically, meanwhile, tends to focus on the furniture and equipment that staff use,...

Analysis: Full steam ahead for HP Inc

At the Reinvent World Partner Forum 2017 in Chicago in Spetember, HP Inc showcased its progress since spinning off from HP Enterprise late last year.  One of the key announcements was the launch of...

Cleansing the office

By 2020, millennials will make up 50% of the global workforce. Like their parents' generation – the baby boomers – this cohort is highly influential. What they think, what they care about and how they...

Breaking into the stress market

It exists in every office in the world. Every one of us has had it at some point and it's perfectly natural, but stress – nature's way of telling us that the boss is...

Sector Opportunity – The Stress Market

 Breaking into the stress market by Tom Phillips Everyone knows how stress can affect performance at work, but tapping into office pressures opens up new opportunities and fosters dynamic sales ideas It exists in every office in...

OfficeNational hails conference a success

24 April 2007 — Hartebeespoort (SA): OfficeNational, the largest independently-owned B2B office products provider in South Africa, held its third annual conference recently at Mount Amanzi in Hartebeespoort. The theme of the dealer group's...

Cracking the performance code

 A recently released study has identified and analysed the essential ingredients to help a company increase overall performance. In the office products industry, there is a significant gap between the highest and lowest performing organisations....

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