November 6, 2009, Newsletter Issue #57: Clustables

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In some office settings, employees work individually and have their own responsibilities independent of others. In other instances they have to work closely with fellow employees on a daily or at least regular basis.

If you don't have many conference rooms, you might want to consider another option for office furniture. "Clustables" are basically multiple desks attached to one another with their own computers, a shared printer, and . They are arranged so that the employees are in close proximity to one another, and can easily share information and work together.

These groupings of desks help to promote teamwork and make group projects easier to complete. BizChair.com has a number of clustable options available in different configurations. Take a look at these options if you need your employees to work closely together and want an atmosphere more conducive to that goal. It is a lot easier than constantly moving computer chairs, tables and other office furniture around to work with others.

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