People bring more and more things into the office with them. There’s so much more to cart around these days. Every office worker seems to have a bag full of stuff. Laptops, change of clothes for the after work exercise class, cycling gear, so employers really need to make some sort of provision for storage. Otherwise the office is going to end up cluttered with bags all over the place.
The best solution is to buy in some staff lockers. Somewhere in a dusty, distant part of the office is an under used corner. A perfect place to put some lockers. Or if space really is at a premium, what about putting them in a corridor? They can slot in without restricting access. It’s all about being creative and economical with space.
Staff lockers don’t have to be expensive. For many companies and organisations money is still tight. The economic recovery is still a little uncertain. But there are some things that offices simply must have these days in order to function properly. And lockers are one of them.
They make a great addition for any building where training delegates are taking courses. Delegates often arrive on day one especially with all their belongings and luggage before heading to their hotel after the first day’s training is over. Plus they will almost certainly have laptops with them that need to be stored safely and securely. Secure, personal storage for them is a nice gesture and prevents training rooms and the rest of the office becoming cluttered with bags, coats and personal items.
It’s amazing what a difference this small change to an office can make. A cluttered environment is an unpleasant one to work in. It starts to feel messy and claustrophobic. Plus what will visitors think when they see so much stuff strewn around?