gendon. Furniture Office. April 26th , 2017.
If the desk is too ostentatious, however, it will make your company seem less approachable. The office furniture you choose for your reception desk needs to be the most inviting piece of furniture in your office suite. Practical Considerations The purpose of reception desk furniture is to provide the receptionist with a place to perform his or her duties in a practical manner. It is also a place for customers or clients to ask for information or announce that they have arrived to meet with people who work in the offices. The desk needs to be able to accommodate all of the office supplies that a receptionist will need in order to fulfill his or her tasks without being too cluttered. A professional receptionist desk should have a panel that covers the front of the desk so that people who walk by can not see through to the receptionist’s legs. It also provides a handy place for storing items that are not in use.
Reception desk furniture is more than just a place for the receptionist to sit and answer the phone. It is usually the first element of design and personality that a customer or client will see when he or she enters your office. Of all of your office furniture, reception desk choice should be the one that is the most carefully considered. Take your time to find the reception desk furniture that shows off your company’s style and character the most directly. The First Impression Usually the reception desk furniture is a customer’s introduction to your business. You want to be sure that the furniture that fills the reception area truly reflects who your company is. If the reception desk looks like it was pieced together in the back of a discount store, it will make your company look like it cuts too many corners.
Ergonomics are Important Reception desk furniture needs to be designed so that a person sitting at the furniture all day will be comfortable. Ergonomics provide the optimal design for an office desk, chair, computer keyboard, monitor, and telephone. Each item needs to be in comfortable reach of the receptionist without causing too much clutter on the desk top. The chair should offer a good amount of back support for the receptionist who will spend up to 8 hours sitting there each day.
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