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  • Green sofas, working place in an office

    Office Organization

    A well-organized office saves time and makes for happier employees. Searching through stacks of papers, jumbled drawers, tangled wires and boxes of stuff sitting around, can be a real physical burden when you consider the time wasted hunting for things that should be easy to find, but aren’t. Disorganized electronic files and confusion are just…

  • Happy New Year from Sensyst

    New Year, New Office!

    Has your office space been outdated or inconvenient for years? Maybe you’re constantly re-arranging the furniture but you never come up with a solution. It’s 2018! It’s a new year and if you are looking for an excuse to move offices, or you simply want a change then take the new year as a chance…

  • Major rules of acoustic design

    Sound Masking

    What is Sound Masking?  Sound masking is the balance of Absorbing, Blocking or Covering sound. Also known as the ABC’s of sound. How does sound masking work? Adding sound to a space actually makes the space seem quieter. It sounds counter-intuitive but it’s true. This is because the added sound reduces the intelligibility of human…

  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

    Is Your Office Work Space Accessible and AODA Complaint

    Creating an Accessible Office Work Space  2025 is a critical year for all commercial business owners, whether big, small, local or franchised. Why? This is when the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, better known by AODA, becomes law. While 2025 sounds like a far time off into the future, it will be here sooner than…

  • White table and blue-black tables in a bright office

    Hot Desking – Is it right for your office?

    Over the past few years, a trend called “Hot Desking”, in the workplace has emerged. Hot Desking also referred to as “Desk Hoteling” is the practice of an office replacing permanent offices and cubicles with temporary work spaces. Employees use these work spaces only when they are required or on a rotating system, rather than each…