The idea of adding a breakout area in the workplace is a relatively new concept, but in an environment where people are working increasingly long hours, and relaxing less, sitting at a desk and even failing to take breaks they are a vital addition to any modern workspace.
A breakout area can be used to describe an area of space the is open to employees, or in some cases visitors, that is separate from the more usual working areas. Employees might use this space to take their breaks, relax or even to hold small informal meetings. It is a space with soft seating where they can take some time away from their computer screens. With health and safety regulations requiring that employees be allowed to take regular computer breaks, breakout seating and tables are a must in any office.
Adding a breakout area to your office space offers your employees somewhere they can go to, even for a few minutes, when they need to clear their heads and get away from the stresses of the work in front of them.
If you have been considering the addition of breakout furniture to your office space but are unsure whether this is something you can afford, then why not take a look at the fantastic range of breakout office furniture that we have sourced from a range of the top office furniture suppliers. We have a wide variety of different types of soft seating and tables that are ideal for any budget and any style of office.
If you are looking to set up your first breakout area but are not really sure where to start then don’t work. Here at Elm Workspace we have a team of experts in-house who can help you with design and space planning, helping you with all your office breakout furniture requirements.
Whether you are looking for a more modular style of office soft seating that your employees can relax on simply breakout seating and tables that can be used to create informal meeting spaces you are sure to see something you can picture in your workspace.
For more information on our range of breakout furniture or to make an enquiry get in touch with us today.