ARE PERSONAL LOCKERS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA?

 

 

In order for your staff to be comfortable in their working environment, they need somewhere to store their personal belongings, such as their bag and coat, etc. How can you achieve this without having coats on the backs of chairs, and bags sitting underneath desks, causing a safety and security risk?

 

Many businesses go down the route of allocating each member of staff a personal locker, for them to keep their personal belongings safe throughout the day. These are normally located in the front section of the office, or perhaps in another room, and the only person who has a key is the member of staff themselves. This is a good route towards security, but what if you don’t want that locker-style appearance in your office environment?

 

Lockers aren’t the only good idea, as you can easily incorporate a side cabinet for storage too. Small cabinets can be lockable and these can be allocated to a member of staff for their bag etc. Alternatively, you could choose a desk which has a lockable drawer, and this can be used for bags and other items.

You don’t always have to go down the route of purchasing new office furniture if you want to ensure your staff have somewhere for their personal items, it’s simply a case of thinking outside the box and ensuring that whatever it is, it has a lock on it.

 

Do you have any other ideas on this subject?

 

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