Ideas and tips for planning an office with cubicles

Written By: Albert - Nov• 26•12


As a business owner, one way to ensure that your employees are happy at work is by providing them with adequate environment for them to do their work.  Insufficient workspace can make them feel claustrophobic and stressed. All employees should have their own area which allows them to breath and comfortably work on their projects.

Cubicles are a great way to give your employees their professional space  while keeping costs down. Cubicles allow you to make the most of the space that you have. Cubicles also take up less space than separate  offices.

There are different layouts for office cubicles that you can choose  from.

 

1)      The first layout is the most basic cubicle layout and cubicles are usually made up of one or three walls depending on the location of the cubicle. This layout is based on a linear design. The linear design allows you to give your employees the bare essentials for an office space.

2)      The L-shaped cubicle layout is the cubicle design that is often most desired by employees. The L-shaped design gives users more space and has all the features of the linear design. Another cubicle layout that is common is the U-shaped cubicle.

3)      U-shaped cubicles can be designed to accommodate one or two employees. In this design there are more work spaces since there are three walls to the cubicle.

The size of the cubicles is dependent on a few factors. These factors include the workload of your employees, the number of employees, and the total area space of the office. Keeping the size of the cubicles in mind is extremely important when you are purchasing the cubicles.

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