Home Office Equipment – Everything for your Workspace
Perfect products for your home office
- Hard-wearing elastic folders made of pressboard
- For sorting and transporting loose documents
- Clear-view organiser folder, with 3 practical sections
- Tabs can be labelled using coloured self-adhesive labels; For size DIN A4
- Moist cleaning wipes for tablets, notebook displays and smartphones
- Package contents: 10 individually packed wet wipes
- Self-gripping cable tie for quick arrangement and bundling of cables
- Dimensions: 20 x 1 cm (L x W)
- Clear-view folder with sturdy plastic cover and coloured back cover
- Protection of documents with sturdy plastic cover; For size DIN A4
- Drawer box with 5 coloured drawers aid document organisation
- Dimensions: 280 x 292 x 356 mm (W x H x D)
Home Office Guide
More and more companies are considering letting employees work from home. Are you interested in tips for a successful home office? Read on for more information on the subject.
How to work healthier: 10 facts for the home office
- Not everyone has a desk at home. No matter which table you use, it should be 60 – 75 cm in height for seated activities.
- If your chair is height-adjustable, the seat should be between 42 and 53 cm in height, depending on the sitter’s height. Alternatively, you can increase the chair’s seat height with cushions or a folded blanket.
- The ideal position 90, 90, 90: While sitting, your hips, knees and anklesshould be at a 90° angle. If you need to, place a book under your feet to find the right position.
- Stand up! Alternating between sitting and standing positions at regular intervals is good for your circulation and your back.
- Nothing is harder on the eyes than staring at a screen for hours. For this reason, we recommend using a good external monitor even if you already have a laptop screen.
- If you don’t have a good place for the monitor, a monitor mount can help you achieve the perfect viewing position: 50 – 80 cm from the user, with the top of the screen at eye level.
- The kids are romping around, or your partner is renovating: noise adversely affects your ability to concentrate. Ensure that your working environment is not too loud.
- Stale, dry air makes you tired and prone to illness. Regular ventilation and indoor plants give you an oxygen boost and increase humidity.
- Mixing work and leisure is a stress factor (IBA report). Filing away your documents neatly, for example in the VARICOLOR® drawer box, reduces stress.
- Spending time at your desk very early in the morning or late at night: Working from home can change our daily routines. Lamps with biologically effective light, e.g. from the LUCTRA® collection, can be adapted to your individual rhythm and enhance your well-being.